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The only place you'll really be able to get a replacement screen for that TV would be from the company itself. Go to Sharp's website, find there contact page or customer support. Send them an email asking them if they can get you a replacement screen. Of course make sure you send the make and model of tv in the email.
They will be able to help you would with that.
I will tell you that buying a replacement and having it fixed might cost about the same if not more than a new tv.
I Apologise but I am in total shock you said that Fixya is a scam. Let me tell you something before you make a option in error, We are people we are entitled to mistakes, look first off if you do not like the experts opinion you can "rate" it there is a rating system here that halps Fixya weed out what they call BS Experts and let me tell you I do not fall into that catagory. Also if your not satisfied with the advice you do not got to pay one red dime email firstname.lastname@example.org and she will reverse the charges if they feel you were given the wrong information. But Wo to you in your words SCAM I will defend this company to I run out of breath. Granted there has been some people that got there Fix and RAN without paying. Listen to this too we are not at your house, your place of business, we are not even talking to you on the phone so please provide us some respect and some patients to help you. I been a Tv repair man for 20 years tell me in DETAIL what is going on it will be free if you reply to me here, I will try my darnest to help you find a solution if not I will give you the best advise for your TV, But do not and I repeat do not disrespect and please give us patients if not I will suggest this Take you $9.99 or you $20.00 or whatever you piad and go to a repair shop were just the advice will be doubled and you HAVE to pay them or you will not get your TV back. See here if you do not like it you can reject,object...even get refunded, but for you to say SCAM you just woken up the beast of the Experts- Thank You and God Bless You!!!
Ok, you will not be able to receive the free repair from microsoft because its used and it was opened by the previous user but, there is a solution and i will post a link to a page that will guide you threw this repair. the GPU clamps and processor clamps will have to be replaced. this link i will post below this paragraph will direct you to a step by step solution that will help you do this yourself and it will save you money as well.
Since the set needs to be unplugged and plugged back in, the requlator circuit in the power supply may have a problem.
The set is over a decade old and other things are going to start going wrong with it.
Capacitors will dry up, solder joints will begin to crack and the picture tube will begin to get weaker.
My suggestion is to invest in a new set, with a newer technology.
Hope this helps.