Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Cracked LCD screens are one of the most common problems experienced with MP3 players. Unfortunately such a failure is considered to be physical damage and is generally not covered by any warranty on the unit.
If you have experience repairing electronics devices you may be able to repair the device yourself. Parts are typically available from the manufacturer. The manufacturer may be able to offer repair services for you as well. However, depending on the extent of the damage it may make more economic sense to simply replace the unt.
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