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Be cheaper to replace the tv than to replace the screen

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Problem with the LG 42PC3D 42 in. Plasma Television Horizontal half black screen, sound is still there


Sorry this tv it is not repairable because the tv Plasma screen panel itself it is the tv problems and the causes,this tv only can be repair by replace the whole new tv Plasma screen panel itself only not practical.Because the tv Plasma screen panel are 90% inportant to the tv functions and the cost of the tv.By replacing the tv Plasma screen panel will cost the same as a new tv.

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Your suspicions are entirely correct. It almost always costs more to replace the panel than it does to replace the entire tv, especially so for plasma screens.

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The screen on my lg 42pc1da tv is cracked is it cost efective to repair or replace the tv


That's a tough one to answer with constantly changing prices, and different prices in different areas, but in most cases, a plasma screen is more expensive to replace than the entire unit (especially if you move to LCD or another technology).
You'll have to call around your area and see what places quote you for a new TV and what shops will charge to get you a new screen.

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BROKEN PLASMA SCREEN


Unfortunately, you'll have to replace the whole plasma screen to fix it. It's the most expensive part of the TV.
The web link below is the cheapest place to get a new screen.
http://www.shopjimmy.com/catalogsearch/result/index/?q=lg+screen&p=2

If your TV is model 42PC3D, they don't have your screen in stock right now. If you look at the other screens that are 42", the are $350 and up. Other web site will charge more than double for the same screen.

Sorry to give you bad news.

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My toshiba projection tv has a cracked screen.


With projection TV, cracked screen does not worth repair cost because it'd be more than the TV worth. You are better off getting a used projector HDTV on the cheap now ($400-500 or less) or a new LCD/plasma TV ($1000).

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LG flat screen tv


if you crack your screen then you will have to change it.and all the blinking colors will disappear.good luck

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