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-Your screen may be damaged and need replacement. Unfortunately, the individual pixels on the screen cannot be fixed, so you might replace the entire LCD screen. Check out the [https://www.ifixit.com/Wiki/HP_ProBook_4520s_Troubleshooting|troubleshooting page].
+Your screen may be damaged and need replacement. Unfortunately, the individual pixels on the screen cannot be fixed, so you might replace the entire LCD screen. Check out the [[HP ProBook 4520s Troubleshooting|troubleshooting page]] to diagnose any symptoms or the [https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/HP+ProBook+4520s+Screen+Replacement/71582|screen replacement guide] to replace the screen.

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-Your screen may be damaged and need replacement. Unfortunately, the individual pixels on the screen cannot be fixed, so you must [guide|71582|replace the entire LCD screen].
+Your screen may be damaged and need replacement. Unfortunately, the individual pixels on the screen cannot be fixed, so you might replace the entire LCD screen. Check out the [https://www.ifixit.com/Wiki/HP_ProBook_4520s_Troubleshooting|troubleshooting page].

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Edit by: Nicholas Caruso ,

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-Your screen may be damaged and need replacement. Unfortunately, the individual pixels on the screen cannot be fixed, so you must replace the entire LCD screen .
+Your screen may be damaged and need replacement. Unfortunately, the individual pixels on the screen cannot be fixed, so you must [guide|71582|replace the entire LCD screen].

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Original post by: Nicholas Caruso ,

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Your screen may be damaged and need replacement. Unfortunately, the individual pixels on the screen cannot be fixed, so you must replace the entire LCD screen .

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