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such case maybe available at ebay

Note that the cost of replaceing the lcd case can be around the price of a new lcd display.

have a look around ebay and see if you can find the case for your spesific mode, I myself found the caseing for my older laptop there but the price was too high. over 100usd for the caseing and I didn't care enough to invest and replace.

Let me know if you need anything else.


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Need to remove lcd

These are the tips you should follow. This is my solution regards about my laptop problem.

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