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Please check the cost of a new screen before you decide to buy one as the cost might be about 70% of the cost of a new TV. Also you have to be very carefully to install again with no warranty. So consider to scrap for spares and invest in a new model with added advantages and warranty.
If you mean that the LCD screen is needed then the part MUST be ordered from the Mitsubishi dealership as this will be the OE and the actual pairing component.
Now the most important decision is to check the COST of the unit including taxes, freight and INSURANCE which must be compared to the cost of a new model LCD/LED tv. If the old set can be scrapped for spares or for an exchange then it must be checked out as it might be worth while to invest if the cost exceeds only by a narow percentage.- you get warranty on the new TV.
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the model number is KP51WS500 or KP57WS500. If you look at the lower edged of the front panel on each outside edge you will see two plastic plugs remove those two plugs and you will see the screws that secure the panel
they cost around 300 new, can order it off the hitachi web site, but i would look on craigs list and watch for someone getting rid of a 57 inch tv, and snag that one , use the screen off that, doesnt have to be same brand