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Cracked face panel on monitor

Can just the face panel be replace or must the entire monitor be replace. It works just fine!!

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Yes, the LCD screen "face panel" can be replaced. However, note that this part is the most expensive part of the monitor. If your monitor is more than a year or two old, it may be difficult to find a replacement and it may be more cost effective to simply replace the whole monitor.

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