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Question DetailsAsked on 2/14/2018

I have an Insignia TV and I have a cracked screen I need to know how to fix it. Or replace it

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Guess you did not see the response yesterday, here -

A few makes/models (few) have a protective glass cover over the LED/LCD screen, which can be replaced for less than replacement of the whole TV in many cases. Generally, because the protective glass tends to get dirt between it and the actual screen, the screen itself is exposed and is what breaks - see above link about that.

Answered 2 years ago by LCD

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