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My mp3 the screen is broken on my mp3 and it is just black and white messy stuff on the inside of it.(the screen) but my mom wants to see if i can get a replacement screen instead of buying a new mp3

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You cannot get a replacement screen - the whole thing must be replaced. Sorry.

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