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Question DetailsAsked on 7/16/2017

Around how much is it gonna cost me to get my 55 inch tv screen fixed

My 55 inch tv screen is cracked and discolored on half the tv..i want to know around how much it'll cost to get it fixed?

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Heare are several previous answers to that question - first one has something like 35 responses in it FYI -


http://answers.angieslist.com/how-rep...


http://answers.angieslist.com/How-cos...


Generally, for under about 48-50" normal LED/LCD TV's, and commonlyi even for larger ones, the $300-500 for the replacement screen plus the couple to few hundred $ labor to replace it is almost as much or even more than the cost of anew TV - especially when box store prices keep dropping so fast.


TV Repair would be the Search the List category to call about how much it would cost for your particular model - assuming that the damage is only to the screen and that the failure has not also taken out video drivers, video card, power supply, etc - which can sometimes happen when the screen fires as it is broken, so even with an estimate if anywhere near close to a new TV, I would go with the new one.


Depending on the value of your TV, whether you have depreciated or replacement value homeowners insurance, and your deductible amount - it may pay to file a claim with your insurance company and have them pay for the repair or replacement, whichever they decide on.

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