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Jan 27, 2014 - Uploaded by mario gutierrez
Find out how to repair this? I have the ... Cracked TV Screen - LCD & LED TV Panel Repair Options & Replacement ... VizioFlat Screen Repair.
well first of all take it easy on the burnouts! ha ha. if you sheared the yoke thats a simple fix, youll just have to replace the pinion seal and the nut might be jammed on there pretty good so your going to need an impact wrench and of course a new yoke. and i would have the driveline checked before re-installing, just because it didnt break doesnt mean its not torqued. once you replace the yoke and pinon seal install the drivline and youre good to go. however if you torqued the pinion gear any its game over bro, and repairing the rear end is going to be beyond your skills. (in order to re set, shim and square the rear end you need to be a skilled mechanic, no guess work, no doing it out of a repair manual) hope this helps, good luck
It sounds like not only was the glass screen cracked, but the LCD has been damaged as well. My suggestion is to find a local cell phone repair shop and get it replaced. It should be pretty easy to fix and shouldn't cost too much. Unless of course you have insurance on the phone..if so then just order a new one.
As you suspect, this simply does not happen unless the LCD panel has had a physical impact. The LCD units are stress tested when manufactured and the odd ones which crack "all of a sudden" would do so within a few months of manufacture and then get replaced under manufacturer's warranty. The broken glass which you see is the cracked LCD unit and it's behind an outer plastic protective cover.
The only way to fix it is to replace the LCD panel, but it's not a DIY job and repairs will cost more than the camera is worth. The M637 will only be about two years old but it was a budget model to start with so it would be cheaper to buy a fully functional used equivalent camera. There are even brand new models of similar or better specification which will be cheaper than a repair.
If the camera works "as is" then it may be better to put up with the fault until the camera no longer works.
on a 3g iphone the glass/digitizer replacement is pretty easy, definitely much less than replacements of ATT or Apple if you can do it yourself, there are iphone repair guides websites that guide you through the repair step by step, but you should have done something like this before.
Without seeing the lines in question, it is difficult to say 100%. But, if the panel was cracked, the only remedy is to replace the panel. Given its age (3 months), unless there is specific evidence of impact, I would suggest that the crack may have come from the frame moving with time. Don't waste your time with the local shop. Call JVC directly and indicate that you had no impact on the TV and that the "shop" is trying to not repair it. Verify that the TV has the same problem as when you brought it to the shop.
No easy fix. Pressure or impact is the usual cause of a cracked LCD. Try not to get the black stuff on anything....it's pretty toxic! The screen needs to be replaced (assuming there's no other, internal damage). They are usually in the range of $75 US.