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Offhand, just to make sure we're looking at the correct repair- is the crack physically in the screen- or is it the projected image that shows with a crack?
The reason I'm asking is that there is not a mirror but an internal "Lens" that refracts the image onto the screen, then there's also the screen itself. The screen itself is NOT cost effective to repair and also not available for separate purchase generally (when they are they're in the $1,600 range). However the projection lens that reflects the image onto the screen can be replaced. To replace the Lens requires removal and replacement of the "Light Engine" in the set (which contains all of the optics associated with producing the image on the screen).
The part that would need to be replaced in the case of the internal lens cracking is: Mitsubishi 938P174020 (938P174B20) Optical Engine, and that is a $400-$450 part. The cost of labor to have a technician perform this repair is in the $300-$450 range giving an overall cost of between $700-$900 parts and labor for this repair. While it IS repairable- it is not considered cost effective as a brand new 65" LED Smart TV can be purchased for that same cost and would be money better spent.
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