Hi.An update on replacing pesky D900I craked screen.My last post was accurate up to taking out the camera and speaker.Leave them be.
There are two ribbon cables to unplug from the keypad below the screen; You have to be v.carefull.There is a tiny flip-up hinge that must be released on each.I used a tiny screwdriver to open them.Tease the ribbon connectors out.Now the screen can be removed,however they stick em in;around the perimeter underneath where you cant see it.One has to pry up an edge near a corner whilst bending the plastic a frame a little,(I used plastic picnic knives,finger nails etc),but it will come out with care.In my case it has to;11 year old kid saved up for it!Dammed if samsung were going to beat me.Recommend reverse the procedure with a new screen from ebay;est £30.,then sell it and buy something robust.Can supply more info if you can be bothered with it all.Bye
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A spider web crack in middle of screen means lcd panel got broken and need to be replace that would cost approx new tv price, replacement lcd panel would be available in nearest Samsung service center only. In my opinion, new tv would be good option. Thanks.
if the lcd screen is broken .there is no option to repair the screen it is compulsary to replace the lcd screen with a new screen.you will get that done at samsung service center.or any local repair center for cellular phones.it will cost u near to $30 to - $50.
LCD screens are monolithic (one piece) components. They cannot be repaired, they can be replaced. One site I found for replacement info is http://www.screentekinc.com, they even have DIY info if you are so inclined. There are many other sites; do a search on "lcd repair"