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My new tv droop to the floor

I just purchase tv olevia and my son drop it, it hit in the screen.the outside of the screen does note look like if broke by the inside and the color is just in focus there.there is some color stip's the channels do change no nose. I will like to see if we could repair it.

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Circuit board most likely got cracked because of the fall

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