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I presume that the screen is glued into the car. If it's not glued then it can be done relatively easily at home (have you got a handy freind). Hovever if it is glued into the car, a breakers yard will struggle to get a 'screen out witout breaking it anyway, so the second hand option may not be the best way to go.
I do not rate any glass repair kits although others may have had better experience.
By the way a windscreen makes up an integral part of a cars strength so it pays not to econimise on saftey. Good luck
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