Cracked displays are never coverd by normal warranty. Unless HP is aware of an issue on your model where this happens by itself, the service will not be coverd by warranty. You might want to check if you have any insurance that might cover it.
The LCD can be replaced, althogh it is usually quite costly(depending on the model). You can either send it in for service or do it yourself. If you dont have any experience with opening laptops I would recommend you send it in for service because of the weak plastic in the displayassembly that brake easily.
If you do want to replace it yourselfe I can find you the partnumber for the part. But im going to need the modelnumber from under the machine. It should look something like this AA111BB#CCC.
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Do you always shut down and unplug the laptop when not in use? Has it been cleaned recently? Fan, Vents, heatsink? Has there been ANY damage? It sounds like your Graphics Adapter. screen, Inverter, is going? Have to say exactly. Does the Laptop Overheat?
The problem very likely may be dirt. Dust and dirt accumulate in the air passages and heat sinks in laptops often causing them to overheat. You say that the laptop was serviced by a technician recently. He should have cleaned it's cooling system but he may not have. I have found that if the machine is not completely dismantled the dust and dirt blocking the free flow of air may not be visible.
Another possibility is that your cooling fans are waring out. These can be replaced. Also you can purchase high performance fans that are quieter, more efficient and last longed than the standard fans that laptops are supplied with.
Being as you have so much invested in this machine it makes sense to check to see if you have these issues.
First thing to do is to test the screen. Also you have not mentioned if there is any cracks or damages.
Plug the laptop to an external monitor (any type will do). If the display on the external monitor is OK then it means the laptop screen is damaged.
If the display on the external screen is the same as the laptop then the problem is internal with the graphic chip or the video contacts.
this laptop is not that old since acer released this model last year. Check you warranty status on it. Some acer laptops come with two year warranty. Check the laptop carefully, if there is no sign of physical damage, (cracks, chips ...) then take it back as a warranty issue.
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Bueno, amigo, al parecer la laptop está fuera de garantía, a menos que hayas obtenido garantía extendida. Las reparaciones de laptop son más costosas que las de las desktop, aún así te recomiendo que la lleves a un centro de servicio en tu país. Verifica primero que los técnicos posean experiencia en laptops.