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If you damaged the plasma display, the job willbe over $1000, depending on the model.
If you damaged a different part, the repair wont be less than $200 in the best case.
I suggest to call the manufacturer and ask the cost for a warranty extension.
A warranty extension costs usually less than one single repair ($200 or less for an average plasma TV), and will cover all repairs for one year.
If you want to call the manufacturer you can use the phone number listed on the owner manual.
Posted on Nov 06, 2008
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