Question about Televison & Video
The glass itself cannot be repaired. The entire panel would have to be replaced.
With the model number of the television you may be able to find the panel at either of these parts distributors:
Unfortunately the panel can cost just as much or more than the cost of a new television. Depending upon the manufacturer there might be a prorated exchange offer or 20% off the cost of a new television or etc available if you call their customer support line.
As far as finding a service provider to fix the panel if a panel could be located at a reasonable price, i.e. if you found someone trying to sell a dead tv with the panel intact on ebay or something, you can call the customer support line to find a local authorized service center.
Hope this helps.
Posted on May 16, 2010
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