I would verify that they can fix it for $160 or is that just the diagnostic fee. Most repair centers quote a diagnostic fee to give you an estimate that will be applied to the repair if you decide to fix it and its the minimum you will pay if you don't want to fix it. Most electronics today cost more or almost as much to repair as it is to replace it. Electronics today out of warranty are virtually disposable.
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