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LCD broke As you can see by my image its cracked ..does anyone know how i can get this fixed, and how much (from UK ONLY)???

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Go to Samsung to check the possibility of a replacement - but I don't think you will like the answer. Tell you what go to Jessops- they sell a pack of LCD screen protectors .Its like a very heavy duty Sellotope just cut a piece to size and roll it over

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