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Cracked lenticuar We are a television repair service in Brooklyn and we have a Mitsubishi with a cracked lenicular. Would you be ble to provide such a screen for us? Please let us know at nytvrepair@optonline.net. Thank you for your time.

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Send these people a email they should be able to help you out.
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