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If the screen is cracked you would be better off just getting a new tablet - i fix them for a living and only Apple tablets are worth fixing - mainly because they are so expensive and even so replacement screens cost a lot.
The screen panel is crack or broken,the tv is not worth fixing.Because any LCD,Plasma,DLP tvs panel screens crack or broken will cost the same as a new tv to replaced the screen panel's.Sorry ur tv now,not worth as a whole tv anymore.Now only worth as a salvage tv for electronic boards for parts,that it.
Not worth fixing,if the LCD screen panel is damage or broken.Because LCD screen it limited produce it will cost the same as a new tv.Might even cost more after the LCD screen panel part and labors.The LCD screen panel is 90% of the tv,broken or damage LCD screen panel not worth as a whole tv anymore.The tv now only worth as salvage electronics boards parts.
It depends on the screen size and the availability of the new screen. Some manufacturers and repair facilities have access to screens and the cost can be almost as much as a new monitor, and sometimes, the cost can be much more.
A good trick is to find a similar type display that's not working because of the power supply or video board and swap it out with your parts. You can buy a junked out monitor, or non-functioning display from eBay. That will save you some time and money if you REALLY want to repair it, since non-functioning units usually sell for a fraction of what they're worth working.
Conversely, you can sell your broken screen monitor or recycle it too.