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If the screen is cracked, there is no other way to repair it, rather than replacing it. Replacing the screen will cost around 2/3rd of the total cost of the TV. Screen cracking will not come under warranty, as it is not the fault with the company which manufactured it.
Not worth replacing the screen as the cost seems a huge factor . Also taking into consideration that you need to get this part delivered with insurance , along with the freight it might not be worth the RISK. Also after spending this much you still sont enjoy any warranty. I prefer that you scrap the TV ,might get some amount for the working bboards and go in for a new model with improved features. Try for any exchange schemes from dealers. Thank you for using fixya.
Not,worth repairing.LCD screen pannel is limited produce.Will cost the same as a new tv,after replacing the LCD screen might even cost more after part and labors.LCD screen is 90% of the tv,if it broken or damage not worth as a whole tv anymore.It now only worth as salvage electronics boards parts.
You could but keep in mind that the screen is worth 2/3rds the cost of the TV. It would be logical to purchase a new TV that would have a new warranty. You won't find many, if at all, manufacturers that cover broken screens unless the crack is in the side and it's determined it's a manufacturers defect and not misuse and abuse.