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BROKEN SCREEN WITH MY E330 ? CAN IT BE FIXED?

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Yes ,but it all depends if it is feasible.

What did u pay?

How long have u had it?

Posted on May 01, 2008

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Assuming it is a flat panel lcd you can have the lcd unit replaced but for the cost I would not bother just buy a new flat panel , if you are still in warranty you can bring it in for repair and see if they will replace it.

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