The screen was placed screen side down on an object and it looks like it got cracked internally is there a way I can fix this? Here is a picture I hpe it helps in narrowing down what part I could possible replace.
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Re: Please help my monitor!!
Generally say it is LCD panel broken and have to change the same model LCD panel (see the lable on back of panel). there are some other model can be compatible acording the same panel version, no mater manufactory
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If there are no screws on the rear side to hold it together, the unit will be basically held together by internal latches. If so, then remove the base stand and screws. Then place the unit on a flat surface. Begin at the top side and curl your fingers and press against the edge of the front bezel lip area. With upward force, pull up until you hear a snap sound and the front bezel separates from the rear cover. Do this all the way around until the front bezel is completely separated from the rear cover. Then flip the monitor over face down onto a soft towel. Avoid any object under the screen to prevent scratches or nicks. Then carefully remove the rear bezel.
Vertical line down a monitor with a shadow genearlly is an indication of a video cable problem. Try removing the video cable from the computer and if it is still there and OSD is still locked it is an internal logic circuits problem
Please try to connect the monitor to another PC, if problem still exist then probably there's an internal problem in the circuit board of your monitor wherein an elecronic part/s might be cold soldered / defective. I recommend to bring the monitor to an authorized HP service center to fix the problem. If the monitor display is good if connected to other PC, then your previous PC should be checked if the VGA card (if there is any) is properly placed to its slot & working properly as well as it cables & connections. regards
No fear there, you have likely only cracked the protective glass covering and not the display itself, if the display itself was cracked then you would either lose your video or have a severe distortion in the area of the crack.
So dont sweat it!
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such issues have occured in the Past, Please Check if the Crack appears in the BIOS mode.Safemode also Try another Monitor to find out if it is not the wall paper because if it is then the Crack will appear in the other Displa too...
Sharp televisions have a few layers of plastic before getting to the actual screen, these are very cheap to replace, and they just require you to take the cracked one out and replace it.
However, if the picture is affected, then it will cost alot to replace the screen, hopefully you have warrenty, you may want to replace the tv itself
The front and rear of the case is held together with latch and hook type fasteners, this is how I cracked mine apart.Remove the 4 screws holding the stand on the back of monitor, start with either bottom corners and insert a flat head screwdriver or similar soft object such as a wooden popcicle stick into the crack and work your way up the side to the top, then across the bottom, and up other side to top, I then ease the case apart at the top with no effort.
From your lines... 'Tapping the side of the monitor' Reminds me cracked solder joints. You need to check for this. First open the Chassis and narrow down the area of the circuit board where exactly applying force makes the monitor fine and in that area of board / around that area look for cracked solders. Definitely this will help you.