I've had my TP50H50 Screen smashed and I'm having a hard time to find a new replacement outter screen. I saw that some people also have the same problem, but none told if they've found the screen. Can anyone help me?
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This suggestion is a little outside the box but I would hit garage sales and auctions or flea markets. These TVs are all over the place for as little as 10 dollars in all working conditions. Buy one that has the same size screen or larger and swap it out. On a larger one trim it down with a very fine tooth saw or masonary saw.
Checked four different distributors and as far as I can tell none of the screens for this television are available. If you are handy with a tape measure and have a screen bigger than yours from another set you can cut it down to fit. Just measure from the corners to find the center then measure out to the dimensions you need to replace the old one.
Your tv has two screens on it. The outter screen and the inner screen. The outter screen has a frame around it held on by clips. You can remove this outter screen by gently prying it from the tv. There is a small gape between the outter screen and the tv casing. When prying the outter screen be carefull not to dsanage the tv case or the outter screen frame. Take note of the location of each clips because you will need thses to put the outter screen back on. Clean with a good gentle screen cleaner, (Do Not Use Windex). Philips screen cleaning gel for plasma & LCD works very good. Install the outter screen back on the tv by making sure the clips line up and use light pressure to snap it back in place. Do Not Hit Outter Screen To Force Clips Into Place.. I do this on my tv about once every 6 months or so.
Try this link, leave them an email but you will need to measure your screen size top to bottom and side to side just the visible screen area then leave them a email at the site they will get back to you soon. http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/
the only fast solution is to go to an authorized TOSHIBA dealer repair shop and have it order it , warning the screen is expensive as I found out when I needed one too ( i own a 55" TOSHIBA ) it could cost around $200.00 up to $400.00. hope this info helps
I am not familiar with this model,however if there are no screws or clips on the inside or side panels, the front would be the place to start. usually right at the bottom front are screws to remove the bottom front panel first. Then the rest will be exposed. Work your way from the bottom up. The screen itself will be last and normally hooks over the top frame. Good Luck, JUS004