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Where can i get a screen replacment for the juno g ? and how much is it?

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You will have to go to Roland parts to get the item and the price will vary depending on your location. The display is going to be expensive... Here is a site...

http://www.instrumentalparts.com/rojuglcdscju.html

$205 it looks like... I would contact Roland directly first. Use google to find their contact info.

Posted on Apr 11, 2011

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