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Difficult to comment but if a laptop comes in for me to repair and the hinge is broken and maybe cabinet damage, I would offer to replace the broken parts and replace the DC jack, if it was faulty. It is part of the service but may not be cheap to repair!
Hinges usually become loose and very rarely break.
Did the laptop work on the power supply but not on battery?
ouch how did you manage that? all you can do is buy a new case (if they still sell them) or carefuly glue it back together trying not to open the screen.... as there is a ribbon cable in there which if damaged canruin your display completely!!! i would know i had a similar problem.. if you do damage it domt pannic they are very cheap and i would recromend ordering online as shops have a tendonsy to rip you off.
if you had cover for it it is useless now :-( as the crack shows that you have dropped it.
u no need to worry u just make clear that u always use note book with care and if it dropped then it damaged from its base side also and the upperside is infected so it is very clear that it is not ur falt as u described..... best of luck
These are usually sold as a whole from the manufacturer with the monitor attached. If the display is cracked, this is what you want anyway, but if not, you will have to call customer support and try to get just the plastic housing. Or see if there is a third party who sells them in either stock configuration or graphics if you prefer.