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[Q] Repair or replace?

OP rochrunner

22nd April 2014, 01:51 PM   |  #11  
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Repair it !!
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Originally Posted by rochrunner

My N5 has a cracked screen (just the outer glass -- not the screen itself) and at my age I no longer have the eyesight, dexterity, or patience to do the repair myself. So I am looking at taking it to a repair shop and expect a sizable charge to replace the screen.

So if it's going to cost close to $200 for the repair, maybe I should just order a new one. Mine is a 32Gb, but I would be just as happy with a 16Gb model for $350 (I only got the 32Gb because that was what was still in stock on release day). I could then sell my cracked N5 to someone who could do the repair on the cheap and either have themselves a very nice phone or could resell it.

What could I get for a white 32Gb N5 with cracked front glass? $100? Maybe $150?

Authorized and official Lg service center will charge you $150 or less for repairing it.Call Lg help desk once before you are making your decision.
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