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I have cracked the lens on the camera and would like to replace it

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Hello,

Your location will determine the area that will be very comfortable for you to replace the lens of the camera from any of the LG offices around the world what i will advice you to do now is to visit there web site to locate the best and the closer to your local area like
mobile-t-mobile.com slashphone.com in other to avoid damage on the panel.
or visit any good phone technician around you to fix up the lens

thank you and thanks for using fixay.

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