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Question DetailsAsked on 7/7/2013

Fix broken flat tv screen

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The consensus on similar questions has been if the screen itself is physically broken, unless it is under warranty probably cheaper to buy new TV.

Otherwise your options are:

1) check online to see if your manufacturer has a rebuild program - some have been having so many failures and complaints that they will replace your TV for a flat fee. However, unless there is a dropoff center in your city, the round trip shipping plus replacement charge will probably equal or exceed a new TV, plus with the new one you get a new warranty.

2) if appears to be electronic rather than screen problem, may be fixable - especially if it is a complete power failure. Search the List (in green banner bar above) for local TV and Radio repair shops and their reviews.

Answered 7 years ago by LCD

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