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Question DetailsAsked on 2/19/2015

My inside screen is broken it's a 60 inch how much for another screen

My inside screen is broken it's to screens the inside is broken

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Not sure if you mean a TV screen or window screen.

TV screen, assuming you mean flatscreen TV, you can find a number of prior responses to similar questions in the TV Repair link in Browse Proje ts, at lower left. Generally speaking, sounds like a minimum of probably $500 to replace a truly broken screen, on up to $1000 or more - so in many cases it is cheaper to buy a new TV at today's much lower prices. You could call a TV Repair service palce or two for a ballpark price range to see if in the feasible range. Of course, if by "broken" you mean not working as opposed to physiclaly broken, might be cheaper if just a video driver board, bad connection, power supply, etc.

If window screen, you don't say 60" by howmany inches - but commonly a 5foot high by 1-2 foor widse screen can have the screening replaced for about $50-70 - to maybe double that or a bit more if frame needs replacement too and you will accept anodized or bronze colored (or white with some brands) aluminum framing. Most window repair shops can do this - also not tough to DIY if you are somewhat home handy with simple hand tools.

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