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I was re-arranging the office this morning and while trying to be as careful as possible, I knocked into the iMac with a metal box full of files and this was the result.


I looked on ebay and the cheapest (new) replacment panel will set me back 89.99+p&p of 10 Total 99.99 Anyone know of a alternative?...

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On the positive side .... at least it's just the poly-carbonate not the LCD.

I doubt it'll be cheaper but you never know . . . have you asked Apple?

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I think that's probably the cheapest option you're going to be able to find…
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Wow...sorry to hear about your accident...that looks terrible. I didn't realize they broke so easily.

Hope you're able to find an inexpensive replacement.

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Yeah I thought that might be the case, spose I'll wait a couple of months until I clear my overdraft then buy it.

It's not affecting my view so I can continue working with no problem.

Just thought I'd ask on the off chance...

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