Recycle | The last resort for TV's with cracked screens or built before 2004*

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Sadly most TV's with damaged screens will be beyond economical repair. But all may not be lost.

If you have household contents insurance, you may be able to claim for a new TV.  Your insurance company may require a damage report which we can prepare for you.

If you don't have insurance or you'd rather not make a claim, there are dedicated electronic waste disposal companies that accept broken screen TV's. We highly recommend a company called Spares2Repair aka S2R.  

Spares2Repair will harvest as many parts from your broken screen TV as possible and resell them. Non-working TV's with intact screens yet major faults can be viably repaired using boards from your old broken screen TV.

The remaining parts will be responsibly recycled.

 

The last resort is disposal at your local tip for recycling.

Repair | Replenish | Restore | Reuse | Reduce  

 

Recycling should always be the very last resort!

* we may consider repair of TV's built before 2004, Please contact for any special requirements