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Hanging screen is loose and broken from base of DVD player

The screen was twisted to far and the piece that connects it to the dvd base broke. Where can I get it fixed or how can a get a part to fix it?

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  • peewee123 May 14, 2008

    Hanging screen is loose and broken from base of DVD player problem,

  • Anonymous Jul 07, 2008

    Crappie hinge! Mine did the same thing and I can't find the part anywhere. Did you ever find one?

  • katzkitty324 Apr 10, 2009

    same problem.... does anyone know where to get replacement parts?

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"Possible" part @ tigerparts.com or search X-2024-673-1. I think I am going to try it, because I don't want to replace the whole unit.

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You can get a part by searching ebay for AS-IS items (usually $10 or less) and using it for spare parts.

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