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Hole in screen

I have a hole in my hitachi 50" rear projection tv model number C50-FD7000. does any know the part number for the screen assembly, or the approx price it will take to fix.

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The screens are very expensive about 400.00 and you would need to go through a tv epair shop to order the screen.

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