If you are reading this, you may accidentally or intentionally damaged the screen or display of your TV (LCD, LED, Plasma). Now if you are looking for a solution to fix this problem, check out our recommendations:nerd-repair-broken-screen

First: If your TV does not have a cracked screen and the problem has just appeared on its own, you may be able to fall back on the TV manufacturers warranty. If your TV screen has developed black spots, vertical lines, small dots, unusually bright pixels, fading, distorted shading, or color issues, you may be able to use the warranty. Be sure to have your purchase receipt, and take note of the model number and serial number on the back of your TV. In case that your warranty has expired, you might contact us with any questions related with your TV repairs.

Second: If your flat screen TV has the dreaded vertical lines, half of the screen has turned darker, the screen is cracked, or the screen is broken, this can be repaired but may cost more than you paid for the complete TV. If your screen is cracked or broken, you can try replacing the Screen, LCD, Plasma, or LED part.

Conclusion: However, If your TV screen is severely cracked and damaged, it is mean that you have damaged the LCD, LED or Plasma display. If this is your case, we, Nerd Repair Center do not recommend to fix the broken/cracked screen because it will cost you more to repair your TV than to replace it with a new one.  I know this is no the answer you were looking to hear, unfortunately this way will save you a lot of money in the process.