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Samsung LN26A450 LN26A450C1DXZA /front plate glass
I seen a couple there for $35.00 and installation at local TV repair shop will be cheap less then $100.00 but most wont cover warranty on glass only workmanship. good luck!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Cracked glass on front glass
if the tv turn on this will tell you that the plasma panel itself is ok. if it is ok then the fron glass is replacable. this is just a standard piece of glass so i really wouldnt spend tons of money hiring someone else to order one and install it.
Posted on Nov 07, 2007
SOURCE: Broken screen
if it is limited to external glass the glass can be ordered separately but if there is internal crack on pdp itself would have to replace pdp. from my experience generally if it limited to crack on external glass there still should be picture so there may be additional damage to plasma display itself
Posted on Aug 17, 2008
SOURCE: Flat panel tv repair
I have the same problem with a 52" inch XBR. Went to sony and have a extended warranty. Warranty doesn't cover physical or accidental damage. To replace the panel costs more than buying a new TV. This is not fair to consumer. The warranty I paid for is useless and I can't even get it repaired. There should be some kind of group action to resolve this issue.
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
I had the same problem with my Samsung LN26A450 LCD TV. I found the following YouTube video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mm51C_RDIZE titled "Samsung TV Repair - Part 1 of 2) (also watch Part 2 of 2) which shows how to easily fix the problem. The problem is bad capacitors on the power supply board. My TV had seven (7) bad capacitors - all 7 had dark stains on the ends from leaking electrolytic fluid and one (10V 2200MFD) was blown with bulging ends. I ordered 7 new high-temp (105 degrees C) aluminum radial capacitors from DigiKey.com matching the Temperature, Capacitances and Voltage Ratings for each damaged capacitor that I removed. I followed the instructions in the video except I used desoldering braid ($3.99 at RadioShack) to remove the solder attaching the bad capacitor leads to the power supply board. Once you wick up the old solder from all sides of each lead wire using the desoldering braid, the bad capacitors are easily removed. Total cost of repair including soldering equipment was less than $50. Thanks to “The Professor” for posting the video and saving me $400.
Posted on Oct 30, 2009
This sounds like the panel itself is cracked. If this is the case, the set wil not completely power up as youi have seen. The panel can not be repaired as such, it must be replaced. I can rpovide you with the part number and cost if you can post the model number. Be aware however, that the cost of the panel may come close to the cost of a replacement set.
Posted on Dec 10, 2009
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