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Topic # 185654 30-Nov-2015 19:05
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So. I came home tonight to find my three year old had smashed her rubbish truck into the TV in the play room. Aside from the fact that she now gets coal for Christmas has anyone got any idea whether a replacement panel on a UA40EH5306 would be available and what it would cost? It's not a great TV but it's got a Plex app and plays netflix so it's great for a second TV.

Insurance isn't an option as it was a cheap TV to begin with so I just want to figure out whether a replacement is worth it.

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  Reply # 1438323 1-Dec-2015 09:30
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The Panel price plus labour are likely to be more than a new TV is worth,

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  Reply # 1438380 1-Dec-2015 10:34
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Put the stand / attached hardware on Trademe, keep the remote as a spare...
Other than that, take the set to the recycling depot.

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