Television plexiglass screen installation instructions
I have located a company that can provide me with the plexiglass replacement for my 65 inch projection Toshiba television. However, they need step by step instructions as to how to disable the old and install the new screen. Can you please help me?
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there are 2 functionality screens and 1 screen protector (on some) front screen = lenticular back screen = fresnel very front screen = screen protector (you can replace w plexiglass)
the fresnel and lenticular are very specific.. contact your local repair center for a new one. you can cut them from old screens but have to do just right (fresnel is a lens type - pic will be distorted if off center)
maybe find a old junker tv to pull screens from because new ones are about $100 a piece
I replaced the screen on my 62 inch projection TV for about $50 and the the picture quality is good! Have a sheet of plexiglass cut to the EXACT size needed. BEFORE installation it MUST be frosted on both sides by either a fine particle sandblaster or by sanding it VERTICALLY on BOTH sides with a power sander and a fine grade paper.
If this is only an OUTER protective screen and the image is projected on the inner screen then DO NOT frost the replacement screen, just install it.
Take a look at this relevant post: http://www.fixya.com/problems-solutions/t102483,p211196/RCA-P61927-61-in-Rear-Projection-Television.aspx
It's possible that the cleaning agent in the spray has dissolved the screen.
If it is the lenticular lens(the vertical lines) there will always be
permanent marks from the spray until it is replaced.
You can try a toothbrush, dry and carefully scrape the material out of the grooves.
there's also the Endust Product made just for this type of thing, It's called Endust for Electronics, and I heard it works like a champ.
Another option is a dry-cleaning solvent, trichloro-ethane, which you can find at many hardware stores. This will wipe crayon marks right off of glass without any scrubbing at all. Plus, it's harmless to most plastics.
Also heard of a product called Tough and Tender, that should be ok with a screen.
you better consult JVC on any material you plan to use though.
Major problem is in case the spray dissolved the screen.
Don't be hard on the kid, encourage him and he might be a great graffiti artist ;]