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My boss has an older dell flatpanel monitor with a cracked screen, it ran for about 900 dollars when he bought it, he is going to throw it away and i wanted to know if its worth keeping to get repaired

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  • silva2 Aug 21, 2008

    yeah i actually looked up the price and it was 2,000 Dell 30" monitor, so i dunno what I should do

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Probably not... to be honest. By the time you buy a replacement panel for it, you could probably buy a brand new screen for a few bucks more!

Unless the screen is absolutely HUGE, i'd let him bin it... or at very best, sell it on an auction website as good for parts. You might get $40 for it?

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