Anyone know how much $$$ i gotta spend on this?

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I lack a pic cuz i lack a camera,but basically i have a widescreen tv with a plastic screen.The screen is now broken because of a projectile hitting it,On the lower right hand side(when looking at it) its missing a piece about the size of making 2 circles with my hands,which areant huge btw.The tv originally costs like 2000$ i think or somthing,i gotta ask my dad.But will repairing a fairly large crack in teh screen cost alot of money?
 

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I honestly have no idea...depends who repairs it I guess. Wow, that post wasn't helpful at all ><
 

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ahh sry,the tv was 2000$.Sorry im being vague but i wish i could provide a picture.I got a webcam but it sucks so bad you'd just see the tv's outline,basically how much money does it generally cost(if you can answer) to repair a tv screen(widescreen in my case).
 
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Uncalled for, Spunky. Mood or no. Have a warning :warning: for flaming.
 
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Yes, I'm curious to hear what was hurtled accross the room...
 
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buy a new tv. the most expensive part of televisions is the screen (makes up about 85% of the price).
 
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You can get it repaired, however go around getting some quotes first or if you still have warranty for a tv try to find a certified repairer from the manafacturer of the plasma tv itself. Some repair companies like to charge people stupid amounts of money just to repair a plasma screen tv, as I was watching some current affair program that was investigating repair matters concerning flat/plasma screen television sets a few weeks ago.
 

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Ok thanks for the help.And 85%! damn thats alotof money.Oh btw for those who wanna know what hit the screen,was a old baby moniter i threw.I wasnt aiming for the TV though,i was aiming for my dad.Yea i kind of have family issues atm.But thanks anyways.still 85%,i will be better off buying a new tv.
 
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KarrdeKNR said:
Uncalled for, Spunky. Mood or no. Have a warning :warning: for flaming.
wtf? Is it just me, or is there something missing? Spunky didn't even post in this thread....

Or was it deleted?


@DMW - Family issues.... lol. Who doesn't bud. Oh, btw, how old is your tv, and is it still under warranty? I doubt it covers accidental damage, but you never know.
 
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wtf? Is it just me, or is there something missing? Spunky didn't even post in this thread....

Or was it deleted?
Spunky deleted his own post after Karrde issued the warning.
 
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Pain said:
Spunky deleted his own post after Karrde issued the warning.
OH... Okay then. Sorry for the off-topicness there. Just kinda curious, i suppose.
 

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Hmmm the TV is about 3 years old,it is still under warranty and no it doesnt cover accedental damage sadly.I wish it did though.
 

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