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Welcome to the forum! Have you already ordered/received the new screen? If not, search Google for a replacement screen. It is not difficult to replace the screen. I advise that you search for instructions on how to replace a screen for your model. The tricky part is removing the bezel from around the screen without damaging it. Once that is done, the screen can be removed pretty easily. It is held in place by several screws. You must also carefully disconnect the ribbon connector to the motherboard & sometimes the antenna connector before removal.
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