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Dropping the device can cause cracks or dead pixels.
 
You will have to remove the screen from the remaining hardware, and replace the screen.
You will have to remove the screen from the remaining hardware, and replace the screen.
 
There is a guide on ifixitiFixit with clear instructions on how to replace your screen and fix
these issues.
There is a guide on ifixitiFixit with clear instructions on how to replace your screen and fix
these issues.
 
Youthese issues.

You
may find more information on the [https://www.ifixit.com/Wiki/HP_Split_x2_Troubleshooting| HP Split x2 troubleshooting pagepage].
Youthese issues.

You
may find more information on the [https://www.ifixit.com/Wiki/HP_Split_x2_Troubleshooting| HP Split x2 troubleshooting pagepage].

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YouDropping the device can cause cracks or dead pixels.

You
will have to remove the screen from the remaining hardware, and replace the screen. There

There
is a guide on ifixit.comifixit with clear instructions on how to replace your screen and fix these
these
issues.

You may find more information on the HP Split x2 troubleshooting page.
YouDropping the device can cause cracks or dead pixels.

You
will have to remove the screen from the remaining hardware, and replace the screen. There

There
is a guide on ifixit.comifixit with clear instructions on how to replace your screen and fix these
these
issues.

You may find more information on the HP Split x2 troubleshooting page.

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Edit by: Aaron Trusty ,

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ThereYou will have to remove the screen from the remaining hardware, and replace the screen. There is a guide on ifixit.com with clear instructions on how to replace your screen and fix these issues.
ThereYou will have to remove the screen from the remaining hardware, and replace the screen. There is a guide on ifixit.com with clear instructions on how to replace your screen and fix these issues.

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There is a guide on ifixit.com with clear instructions on how to replace your screen and fix these issues.

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