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LCD Problems I noticed one day when I was listening to my MP3 Player, The LCD Screen was all messed up. Does anyone know where I can send it to get it repaired or if I could maybe fix the problem myself.

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  • Alex Bischoff Feb 23, 2007

    How Much would it cost if I sent it to Fry's?

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An lcd screen usually gets messed up by magnets or a drop more than 6 feet. but i dont know what you mean by messed up is it cracked if it is its dommed but if it just has little blobs of black you cant propbably can get it fixed at frys or somtin.

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