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Marks on the inside of the screen

Longe hairline mark going across the screen- large teadrop shaped spot at the botton of the thin line. Looks like a tear on the inside of the screen.

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If that is internal, that needs repair or replacement and is usually eligible for warranty repair if your laptop is in warranty. I mean physical damage like cracked screen is I think not considered in warranties. Hope this helps. Thank you.

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