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TV fell from 4 feet

My television was above my firplace and fell to the floor. The mirror broke and cut the screen to pieces, really just scatched it badly. The projector still works. I need a new mirror and screen and a speaker. Does anyone know where I can get a new screen? I should be able to get a mirror at a glass place, and a speaker at the audio store.

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