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Cracked screen i have a 48" panasonic cinema vision projection tv with a cracked screen how do either fix or find a replacement

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Check if it is a warenteed one or not
and if yes go to the dealer and ask for replacement it is right
have it
and if not the carton in which the tv was brougt contains the customer care no. or else u can urself visit to the manufacturing dept. and they may have spare parts to rectify ur problem
all the best
and merry xmas

Posted on Dec 24, 2008

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