Question about Televison & Video
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Yep, thats what happens, you need a replacement screen, but it could be cheaper to just buy a new one, type in your brand and style into ebay, they might have the parts you need cheap
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. Turn on the TV. If the TV doesn't turn on, if you feel a wetness around the crack in the screen or if the picture isn't coming in properly, do not attempt to fix the TV yourself. Take it to a professional.
. Turn the screen off and unplug the TV if the TV appears to be in working order except for the crack.
. Apply a thick coat of petroleum jelly to the crack. Rub it in slowly and thoroughly with a clean eyeglasses cloth.
. Reapply the petroleum jelly and rub off again, if necessary.
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