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Unfortunately no, you would need to replace the internal panel on the TV and honestly the labor and part would cost more then just buying a new set in most cases. If the screen has a glass cover and just the glass is cracked but the rest of the picture looks fine (no distortion in the LCD) then you could just remove the glass and run the screen unprotected or copy the dimensions of the glass/plastic and send it away to have a new sheet made to fit.
Due to the frosting up, The glass defrost heater broke. Any good tech knows this happens. The defrost heater must be replaced. If this is a GE side by side. The new replacement heater has dual elements. The standard heater that was put in them, was not large enough to defrost the coils fully. Replace heater and you should be fixed up. I would also replace the thermostat while you are in the freezer section they are only like 15 bucks and this way you will have a new defrost circuit.
some times if you have droped it the connector in side for the speaker comes lose. i have had the same problem and its realy easy to open and fix.
There are 4 screws that hold it together and if you undo them it will open up .then on the left hand side in the middle there is a small block box if you look it will usualy be a little lose .just push it in and it will work.................REMEMBER ONLY IF THERE IS NO SOUND AT ALL AND YOU HAVE DROPED IT THEN TRY THIS ,OR TAKE IT TO A REPAIR SHOP .hope that helps.
Mean Dean, I would check out http://tinyurl.com/e8vlc (or go to http://treotricks.com and look on the side bar for audio jack fix). I have not used him so don't know how effective this is but he certainly seems knowledgeable. If you are the DIY type, he has detail instruction on how to fix it yourself.