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My screen has two smashed holes in it

My television screen was damaged by playing children and now has two holes clean through it. Are there replacement screens available and where might i inquire about getting one. I am technically inclined and am capable of installing it if i could only find one.

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Yes they are available did you try panasonic or try just putting in model number in your  search engine they should run about $150 a piece there will be 3 total if you have a protective screen

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