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Question DetailsAsked on 11/12/2017

how much and where can i get a replacement screen for a 50" vizio D series smart tv

vizio 50 " screen replacement D series Class model D50 (49" 50" DIAL.) WHERE DO I GET ONE AND HOW MUCH DO YOU THINK IT COST

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TV Repair is of course the Search the List category to find repair shops - a few of which might obtain and sell you just the part, if that is what you are looking for. But be aware of the serious risk of damaging it transporting it to your house, which would be at your risk - so maybe not worth the risk compared to the probably $250 or so for a tech to replace it for you.


You can also get them from national parts hosues - both specialty TV websites and generic ones like Sears repair parts - but bear in the mind the shipping costs, and make sure if ordering one to be shipped that the shipment is fully insured in case of breakage.


Cost for the screen - depending on exact model, probably $300-450, looks like mostly toward the $400's for the D series.


Be sure to check, and keep in mind, the cost of a totally new TV - from about $350-600 depending on the exact model and whether it is a fully "smart" model or not and where you get it from - Sam's Club and Walmart seem to be selling the 50" Vizio's real cheap right now. It is also possible you might get $50-100 for the dead TV on Craigslist or from a repair shop, so it is quite likely that a new ATV might be the best deal for you - especially considering a new one also comes with a new warranty.


Also - check online for any recalls or "silent recalls" by the manufacturer - there are a LOT of comments on the web about the large Vizio screens cracking on their own, if that is what happened to you - many manufacturers do "silent recalls" in cases likethat to keep the bad press down - replacing the TV or giving you a coupon for several hundred $ good toward a new one, or sometimes shipping a new screen free to your repair shop with you paying the labor from replacement (not a major cost formost TV's).

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