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Question DetailsAsked on 5/22/2017

50" emerson tv glass cracked but no damage to lcd, what can i do an,aboit how much will it cost

Just a cracked glass no damage to lcd

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If yours has a protective glass over the LED screen (very unusual because it causes reflections between the two glass surfaces), then probably a few hundred to maybe $500 range. However - very few LED TV's have a protective screen (though there are some made for sports bar and hotel/motel service) - most the LEd screen is a composite of glass and electronic components all fused into one component, and basically unrepairable. For LED screens that are cracked but have not broken the electrical connections or components, there are crack-repair kits to basicallyi fill the crack and hopefully prevent it from propogating further - similar to vehicle windshield crack repair kits but without the solvents and evaporative solvent-based adhesives, which from what I understand eat up the LED scren something terrible if used. IF a crack-repair kit can be used (which to a large extent makes the crack non-visible, though there will still be at leat some localized smeary image distortion at the crack location), probably about $100-150 repair by a TV Repairman.


I would call a TV repair shop with your make and model number and see what they say - but first read some of the previous questions about LED screen repair in the Home > TV Repair link under Browse Projects, at lower left, and keep in mind what the cost is to get a new comparable TV so your repair is not more than the repaired TV will be worth to you.

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