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Tv repair Hello:  Hope you are well.  I had an accident with my Sharp LCD TV.  The screen got pushed into my table on a point.  The screen on the outside looks fine, however when the tv is turned on the inside part looks cracked, like a cracked window.  I was thinking that if the only thing wrong is the inner screen is cracked, maybe I could replace this piece.  If I were to go and buy the part, what would this part be called.  Please let me know your thoughts, thank you for your time. Greg

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  • bobbikm Nov 26, 2007

    Hi All, My tempermental 3 yr old got mad and threw the satellite controller at my Olevia HDTV and I have the same thing - looks like there is a cracked screen although the outside looks fine.

  • Anonymous Dec 11, 2007

    The screen got pushed into my table on a point. The screen on the outside looks fine, however when the tv is turned on the inside part looks cracked, like a cracked window. is there any way to resolve this problem ?

  • zaidan Dec 11, 2007

    i have a 42 inch flat screen LCD toshiba, The screen got pushed into my table on a point. The screen on the outside looks fine, however when the tv is turned on the inside part looks cracked, like a cracked window.

  • Nelliepooh77 Jan 12, 2008

    Mine was damaged during delivery. Because my basement was getting remodeled I only checked the outside for damages. Never would have dreamed that once I plugged the television up that the screen would be damaged from the inside. Cracks all throughtout my 42". But none show when the unit is turned off. Please help!!

  • Anonymous Jan 05, 2009

    My toshiba flat screen got droped and screen is cracked can it be repaired



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You would have to replace the LCD panel, but that would be to costly. Your best bet would be to buy a new tv.

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My aquos plat screen tv was pushed over by my three year old. The screen is damaged but everything esle works. Is this problem fixable?

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