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Broken LCD I cracked the LCD while the player was in my pocket. Any ideas where I could get it fixed (preferrably for LESS than I paid for the player), or at least aquire a new LCD?

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Re: broken LCD

Try ebay and search for AS-IS items...but ask seller if LCD was ok.

Posted on May 27, 2007

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