Grandchild scratched large tv screen with sereated knife
I do not know the specifics of the size of the tv, however, my son said it was a large flat screen tv..Sony.
Grandchild took a sereated knife to the screen..it looks as if he took a crayon and wrote on it, but the picture is still available..is it repairable.
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Sorry u have to live with it.The very bad scratched on tv screen panel can't be repair.The only way is to replaced the whole tv screen panel and the new screen panel,will cost the same as a new tv.So it not be practical.Because the tv screen panel are limited production by the tv corporations.
I have used clear plastic sheets and silicon tire dressing for smaller problems like this, but no idea how well it would work with a large screen TV. The westleys silicon tire shine smooths out the scratches, and you place the clear plastic sheet on top of that and work out any bubbles then tape the ends. It pretty much changes a standard screen into a glossy screen with the added benefit that you can always replace the sheet if it is damaged. I usually get my clear plastic sheets packaged with the new LCD screens I purchase for repairs and I just keep them in storage.
THE ONLY WAY I KNOW HOW TO FIX THIS PROBLEM WOULD BE TO REPLACE THE DISPLAY PANEL UNFORTUNATLY THE PRICE IS WHAT THE SET COST ORIGINALLY TRY RUBBING THE AREA WITH A DAMP T SHIRT OR DIAPER IT MAY HELP OTHERWISE I AM SORR FOR YOU
It sounds as if it has a video processing problem or the LCD panel is going bad. Can you feel the scratches? If not it is in the panel. Also it could also be the set top box or cable box if you are using one. Also try another source like a DVD player. If it is still there, then it sounds like what i stated above. Good luck and keep me posted. Guru Jay