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SOURCE: Vizio 32" hdtv model # E320-A0 Broken Screen cant tell its broken but tv has no picture just sound. How much will i get if i sell it for parts. Barely have a year with the tv.

The board that controls the screen ranges from 36 to 90 bucks or so. You can replace it yourself using only a screw driver to take the back off and the four screws holding the board to the chassis.
TV Parts Universal TV Stands DLP Chips ShopJimmy Go to this web site and look for the T-Con board for your model of TV.

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Vizio 32" hdtv model # E320-A0 Broken Screen cant tell its broken but tv has no picture just sound. How much will i get if i sell it for parts. Barely have a year with the tv.


The board that controls the screen ranges from 36 to 90 bucks or so. You can replace it yourself using only a screw driver to take the back off and the four screws holding the board to the chassis.
TV Parts Universal TV Stands DLP Chips ShopJimmy Go to this web site and look for the T-Con board for your model of TV.

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I have a Vizio E320I-A0 and it has multiple vertical and horizontal lines on the screen, how do i fix that?


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