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cracked screen on PDA

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by cyber19583, May 22, 2003.

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  1. cyber19583

    cyber19583 Thread Starter

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    i was given a casio be300 pda. it was given to me with a cracked screen. can that be fixed and where and/or how. i was thinking that comp usa or some other computer store. any suggestions? thanks for the help!
     
  2. brianF

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    Your probably going to have to go to casio, I doubt any of the places you mentioned will touch it. Had trouble about a year ago with one and it got sent back to the manufacturer, it was under warranty, gotta be expensive to have it replaced.
     
  3. gws226

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    The casio website sells the whole PDA for $170... and I imagine you could find it much cheaper elsewhere.

    It doesn't sound like it going to be worth it (even if someone can do it) I guess you can try casio directly to get a ball park how much this is going to cost.
     
  4. buddhafabio

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    you can find bad pdas with good screens on ebay, you just need to be carefull which one you get. i just fixed my wifes demolished pda screen for 20$
     
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