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Worth it to repair?

My Samsung DLP lost its color, the tech told me it's the dmd board. the cost to repair it will be about 1000.00. Is it worth it to repair it? It's four years old.

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Hi! 1000.00 is still cheap if you consider the prize when you have purchased it. i think it is still wort it.

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