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Where can i get a new front screen for my tv

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Hi Shaun. I just picked a new lenticular screen for Toshiba TZ50V61. I went to their Web-page and it showed me where there was Toshiba -based warranty shops according to Zip or area code. I went to one near my area and ordered a screen. It took three weeks to get to me and cost $170.00. I live in Canada so you might get one faster and cheaper.

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