i am wondering how much it would cost to repair a 27 inch monitor?
for more information a punched the monitor sooooo just go off that
- Spock (rhp)Lv 75 months agoFavourite answer
they generally aren't worth repairing. folk just buy a new one. The usual charge in my area is $75 to detect the problem and $100 an hour, plus parts, to fix it [the $75 charge is waived if you go with the repair]
- DavidLv 74 months ago
Cost of repairing the monitor isn't the problem, its the cost of anger management sessions you should be going to
- ron hLv 74 months ago
CRT? LED or LCD? costco and office depot sell them
- keerokLv 75 months ago
As much as it would cost 1 new 27-inch monitor and maybe another smaller one?
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- william ellisLv 75 months ago
Go to e-bay and buy a use one.....cheaper....
- 5 months ago
Hi. As MoP said, We'd need more details ... But for basic math ...
Estimate about a $75(US) cost for the diagnosis just to take it apart & some simple testing, then add in buying whatever parts are necessary to replace (older the monitor is = harder the parts are to find), then the cost of removing the old part & installing the new one(s) - they may be soldered to the mainboard which takes longer than modular parts - also at the $75(US) per hour rates, Then You have the storage of the unit until You come to pick it up.
From there, You'll probably quickly get to the simple fact that buying a new TV set with the same inputs AND attached speakers + TV & possibly even smart functions like a web browser or Youtube viewer built in is probably cheaper than repairing the existing monitor.
Although I do agree with not adding it to a landfill ... which could be done by donating it to a charity that can fix it for free to sell for cheap.
- 5 months ago
Impossible to answer without more information.