Question about Tablets & eReaders
In general, most tablets are not cost effective to repair. You might have several options. In the case of a cracked screen, if you purchased a product plan, it may cover a cracked screen and the place where you bought it may replace it. I other option is to find a local repair shop and haggle out a deal. Find out what the part would cost, amazon search, then haggle on labor, shouldn't take more than an hour. If the tablet cost $250 or less, right it off and buy another. Also, spend the extra money and get a cover for it with reinforced corners. It has saved my tablet 4 times so far.
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Posted on May 07, 2014
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