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Scratch on the screen


Hello,

the screen cannot be repaired but it can be replaced.

In order to avoid seeing the scratch on your screen again, you have to change the screen completely.

It is not possible for a screen that has scratch to be repaired.

Good luck.

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Small scratches on tv screen, can I fix it?


The only way to completely get rid of the scratches is to replace the screen. If you want to get a new replacement protective screen for this model, here is a link from a major parts distributor:

RCA P61927 Replacement Part Protective Screen / Super Shield

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By the looks of that picture, it's hard for me to believe that the scratch is not on the outside of the protective plexiglass screen. However, you can remove the protective screen w/o negative effect of the picture. In fact, it will probably reduce the glare from light on the screen. If, in fact, the scratch is still seen w/o the protective screen installed, then it is the lenticular screen that is scratched.
The lenticular screen is the one with the vertical grooves from top to bottom in it. The fresnal is the back screen that appears to have been lathed in a circular pattern.

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Well, unfortunately, there isn't much you can do about it. The cost of a new screen and installation would be almost as much as a new TV itself, so if the scratch doesnt deter you from watching TV, then I suggest just leave it be. There are a couple of scratch removing products (abrasives) on the market, but if you have no experience in this, then you'd only make the scratch worse...

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Scratches on the tv screen


you can purchase a big screen -- screen cleaner from most Tv retail stores in your area.If scratches arent removed than they are permanent.

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Need an idea


Hi,

Scratches on TV screens are not good. There are no fixes or repairs to get the scratch out. Depending on the size/model of your TV, you might able to get a new screen.

Sorry to be the bearer of bad news,

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there is no way to get cleared of the scratches done with sharp things....


it should be replaced fully which would cost much of the tv amount itself

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Scratched how? Screen, fabric, case??? let me know and I'll certainly try to help. Bill

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