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Samsung TU8100 65" display replacement


Prakash

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My Samsung 65" TV's display came off its dual sided tape and it was broken. The model is TU8100. This was production defect for sure since screen just fell off from the side tape. Can anyone please let me know if it is worth replacing the display of the same? If yes, what will be cost of the same. Also, does display of TU8000 compatible with TU8100?

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