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Broken/Cracked front screen

Kids were playing and one child through a toy across the room at the other child and hit the screen. Now the screen has to be replace! need help locating this gigantic part (56" screen). I can be reached at wmstemrick@yahoo.com

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Pls provide model number of the unit.
This unit is a projection or DLP unit?
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