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SAMSUNG TV Wii (remote control) damaged the screen of our samsung.  Is there any way to repair it?  The glass is fine, but there is internal damage.

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  • chessieman Feb 22, 2009

    LN-T375H currently has a crack in the secondary screen, is this repairable?




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Hello,

The LCD Screen can only be replaced. The link for this item is listed below.

Samsung LN-T3253H LCD Screen Replacement

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