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If your net book cover accidental warranty then you can replace your screen for free but if it not cover with accidental warranty then you know the answers. In your case it is called mishandling and it does not come under any normal warranty.
if the line apeares to be part of the displayed image on the screen and typically would be only either horizontal or vertical then the screen has a deffect and it should be covered under warranty if still active. but examine carefully because sometime the internal of an LCD screen get cracked normally because of something that pushed againest it from the outside or againest the cover and if that what happend it would not be covered under warranty. best of luck
Probably not as a cracked display usually results from dropping or sitting something heavy on the unit.
If it just cracked under normal use, then this would be a defect and it should be covered under your warranty. The only sure way to know is to take it in and try your best to convince them that this is covered under your warranty.
FYI, the warranty is probably from the manufacturer, unless you got some extended warranty through Best Buy? Otherwise the stores responsibility varies from state to state.
The only way to see if the laptop is still under warranty is to contact Toshiba directly. They have a warranty information site online at: