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Topic # 31849 1-Apr-2009 18:23
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Hi there.

Hey, Does anyone know if there is a supplier or agent that deals with supplying replacement panels for those that have broken there Existing LCD Panels Screen.
The reason i ask, I have a broken 32 LCD Panel.. The Electronics are all fine.
All that is required to reinstate the Display to it former glory is a replacement Panel.
Taking the panel apart, shows me that its not really a major job to remove and replace with a new panel.

Ive noticed on Trademe theres Stacks of Broken LCD/Plasma TV's with the same prob.
Surely someones noticed that there is a demand for replacement panels ?.

Anyone Know ??


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  Reply # 204774 1-Apr-2009 19:27
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BER,

Panel costs more than the TV



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  Reply # 204783 1-Apr-2009 20:19
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So i found out - Just thought there maybe an Alternative..

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  Reply # 204902 2-Apr-2009 14:22
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Rentakill: So i found out - Just thought there maybe an Alternative..


There may be, have you contemplated
claiming on your insurance?


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  Reply # 206521 12-Apr-2009 09:15
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Rentakill - What model is your 32" ?



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  Reply # 206636 13-Apr-2009 10:35
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Hi Illicit.

The Panel i have is a Sony KLV-S32A10
All the Electronics are Perfect. Just needs a replacement or spare LCD membrane.


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