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The set needs a new LCD if it looks cracked and swirly, the colors all run together in the area of the crack don't they! If it is cracked it can't be fixed. you can replace the lcd but I am not sure if a warranty will cover a cracked screen or not. You will need to contact LG and be very nice to them and see if they will honer the warranty on this.
Most of the time when you're getting multi colored screen after the machine was dropped is caused by a cracked LCD. But I understand that it's hard to believe that screen is broken if you're not seeing any physical crack on the outside. By going to BIOS it will help you determine if your screen is cracked. If you don't know how to go to there follow the steps below:
>>> Turn on your PC, once it start up keep on tapping F2 button. You'll be routed on the page that has blue background. If on this page you'll still get multi colored screen then it's indeed broken screen. No crack on the outside but there's something needed to be checked inside.
Broken LCDs can only be fixed by replacing it with a new one. And if system is still under warranty you may contact Lenovo. They will offer you options to resolve the issue depending on what your warranty covers.
Probably not as a cracked display usually results from dropping or sitting something heavy on the unit.
If it just cracked under normal use, then this would be a defect and it should be covered under your warranty. The only sure way to know is to take it in and try your best to convince them that this is covered under your warranty.
FYI, the warranty is probably from the manufacturer, unless you got some extended warranty through Best Buy? Otherwise the stores responsibility varies from state to state.
The LCD screen itself often cost more then the tv set itself. If you have accidental insurance you might see if they cover this, otherwise this will make a nice lava lamp like art display for a bedroom wall.......