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Burglars stole my tv when i recovered it no picture just sound

There is no apparent physical damage, but when the screen is on the picture itself seems like it is a picture of a crack.

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  • hellojenny24 Jan 03, 2009

    thanks alot! is the reflection mirror repairable if so is it expensive?

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The reflection mirror is probably cracked from someone jarring the tv about , you will need to look inside the set

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  • jason Jan 04, 2009

    the mirror can be replaced fairly easily and should not be expensive , look inside the set to confirm the mirror has cracked and then contact the tv's manufacturer or look online to get the reflection mirror. hope this info is worth a fixya , and if you need any further assistance ,I will be happy to help

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