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Most of the times smashed screen means the end of plasma tv. Although if your tv model is older than 3 years, you could search for same model broken tv's with working screens since power supplies usually last for a few years in modern flat panels. Though you will need a qualified serviceman to do the assembly from two faulty units into a working one.
Hi, it is possible to get screens for your tv but usually only by looking on places like ebay for a tv that has good screen but has other faults and on the rare occasion you will see sellers that sell the actual screen but both thses are very rare, alot of people will make an insurance claim or just get the TV replaced as the cost of the screen outwieghs the tv's value.
Nothing that a new screen won't fix. Problem is the price will be more than the replacement cost for a new TV. Have a look on the manufacturers web site for an authorised repair workshop that will give you a price.
Yes it can be fixed most certainly. You have broken your Plasma screen and most certainly scratched your filter glass with the broken screen glass inside. Depending on where you bought the TV, and whether you have a cover plan, you may get the Tv screen & Filter replaced under accidental damage. If the TV is still under warranty and you dont have a cover plan, you may find the repair will be refused. If so, you could maybe buy the same tv off ebay as repairs or spares and fix yours.
It may well be repairable since it probably isn't that old but with the plunge of flat panel prices, it may cost more to repair than replace. If you replace the whole set, don't buy another plasma; while they are a tad better than the LCDs of the period it was manufactured, there isn't much difference in the two systems today and the LCD display will not decay over time as the plasma is known to do.