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Good morning! \r\nI broke the screen LCD Toshiba 32hl57 accidentally, i want to fix my question is where i can buy the screen, please help me

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Try to consult the service center of toshiba if they have the same parts for your lcd

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  • 5 Using the Phillips screwdriver, unscrew all four screws, one at a time.
  • 6 Once the screws are completely removed, grab the base of the stand and gently pull away from the TV.


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    en francais

    le modul est fixé sur l'ecran
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    Go to Ebay, (Computers and Networking>PC Components>For Laptops and Notebooks>Screens,LCD Panels>Emachines D620)

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