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11-05-2015 09:10 PM
I just had the same problem as trent2 with the screen cracking but no glass has fallen out yet. I was using my HP Spectre on Tuesday night and it was working properly when I shut it down. I opened it up the next morning and notice the screen was cracked. I had an online chat with a rep and was told that I would pay $300 for a screen repair. Why should I be charged for this defective screen that appears to have been a problem for others based on what I am seeing on this forum.
I already had to send the computer back TWICE for WIFI not working properly and operating intermittently. So I believe this is HP's problem to fix at no cost.
Also would HP be providing a new screen ? And how do I know it will not occur again in a few days/months? It is a laptop that is carried around as designed.
How do I get the problems resolved?
11-22-2015 02:54 AM
I have exactly the same issue screen cracked on opening case at middle point on upper edge ? inherent weakness
Hp support poor saying not covered for physical damage despite me pointing out this appears to be a common issue
Will not be buying HP again
12-07-2015 02:22 PM
Add 1 more to the list, was just opening it and screen cracked, one perfect crack all the way across the screen and curser won't move anymore..Same result $300 to fix...Very poor response considering this is obviously a defect.
12-08-2015 05:10 AM
Add 1 more to the list.
I was just opening it and the screen cracked. It was just around the camera lens at the top that got cracked. In Sweden it cost $600 to fix. I also called HP and they haven't heard about any problem and were not interested to help me. The service company in Sweden, named Infocare, looked at it and said it is my problem, no investigation. I have worked with computers my whole life, it is about 45 years, and I have never seen or heard about this problem on more than 1000 computers that I have opened and worked with. I'm sure that this is a defect on the computer from the beginning and it is very poor response from HP, considering this is obviously a defect.
I copied from the WEB named: store. hp.com
The ultra slim, powerful convertible HP Spectre x360 Laptop PC with 360o hinge and HD touchscreen display,
makes this PC transition to how you want to use it.
What is the meaning of the touchscreen display if you can't use it; in this case it should be don't touch it at all.
12-13-2015 10:37 AM
Add me to the list. Cracked screen from doing nothing but opening it again to start my day. Less than 4 months old.
After one rudely closed chat window... one heated discussion with a different help desk support tech... I received a '20% discount' to fix the obvious manufacturer design defect. When I brought up the multiple forum posts on the subject, they said that "... any given computer model will have similar posts...."
Never again HP unless they make this right.
12-29-2015 05:21 PM
You can add another to the list of a random screen crack on an hp spectre x360. I bought mine less than a month ago and it was sitting on a desk most of the time. I was shocked to see a cracked screen upon opening it one day and immediately contacted hp. I sent it in after speaking with an hp representative by chat about a week ago and i just received a call saying it's not covered. Laptop was never dropped or mishandled.. Brand new machine and used maybe a handful of times.. Hp says $500 and change to fix. I was then told i'd be given a discount (as if this would satisfy me somehow) of $300 for the repair. Just absolute nonsense. I understand that there may be some people who try to take advantage and fabricate stories for a fix when it is indeed their fault... But CMON HP.. the machine is BRAND NEW and multiple cases of cracked screens? NOT A DEFECT of some sort? NO COMMENTS on the issue? NOTHING? I almost felt sorry for the girl that was forced to call me and notify me that nothing can be done... It's a shame since such a beautiful machine that seemed "well built" just turned into trash. Wasted $1400 on trash literally..