Pavilion 14-b172tx: Air bubble in my HP pavilion 14-b172tx

I bought a HP Pavilion 14-b172tx a year ago. Now, a few months back I noticed a small bubble at the bottom of the screen. And now its getting bigger and bigger. And my laptop touch screen does not work. Help, please...

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Hi there @DeepakWarke 

Welcome to the Forums of HP Support! It's a good place to find the help you need, so many other users, the HP experts and other members of the support staff.

I understand that you have a bubble in the screen of your laptop. I'm happy to help you with this.

As it is a physical defect, please contact our technical support at the 800-474-6836. If you do not live in the United States / Canada region, please click the link below to get help from your region number.
http://WWW8.HP.com/us/en/contact-HP/WW-phone-assist.html

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