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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Most LCD's just went down in price by around 2-400 dollars. I would suggest buying a new one. The cracked screen might mean that the liquid will ooze out and get worse and worse as it ages. However, it may only have a crack and not get any worse than it is now. If you can live with it and it doesn't get worse, you can view it that way for another 10 years and be fine.
The fact that the LCDs are cheaper now and you only have a 37 inch, you might consider getting a larger one that you have had your eye on for a long time. (Note: even though I am a firm believer in LCD's over Plasma, plasmas are a few hundered dollars cheaper and if you know your children are prone to breaking things... it might be the way to go.)
Replacing the screen is possible, but more costly than the new T.V.
Posted on Dec 12, 2008
Sorry to say, when the display is broken you're best off looking for a replacement TV.
There isn't any way to repair a cracked display except to replace it. You can try a Google search or check websites like shopjimmy.com that sell parts removed from junked sets. It's almost impossible to find replacement displays (unless you are a warranty servicer and get them right from the manufacturer) since most TV's are junked because of broken displays. And if you do find a display, there are still potential problems. Besides the cost (the display is the most expensive part, most of the set's cost), you need to be sure the display is exactly the same part as the one you're replacing. The same model of TV can use different displays depending on when and where it was made, and there may be differences in other parts in the set as well.
Posted on May 27, 2009
SOURCE: cracked LCD TV screen
The problem with this is it's not just glass -Liquid Crystal Display- it's a matrix of liquid crystal cells, the screen also has like individual pixel color filters as well all this placed between two sheets of polaroid coated glass. It isn;t just so easy as to replace it like a regulare tv screen. As with anything it could be repaired, I have read about, but cannot suggest anyone particular place because the repair involves putting material into the cracks then laser etching the grid back in. So if you can find someone who does that. Or ask you dealer about it. Sorry I could not give you a better solution.
Posted on Aug 22, 2009
Don't know what brand it is but, it really doesn't matter the screen or lcd panel cost as much or more than a new set. Sorry.
Posted on Aug 25, 2009
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