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That little glass only comes with the light engine. Not Available from parts distributor. Try Harding Glass or any other glass shop. They maybe able to supply if they would bother with asuch a small sale. Did you work on the Color wheel?? Dan@DBS firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a hard question to answer without the make and model, but let me describe the typical response:
If the set is either an LCD or plasma type, the panels can be replaced. BUT... The cost of that replacement could exceed the cost of a new replacement set. Neither panel type can be "repaired" it must be replaced.
If the set is a CRT based unit, the CRT is not likely to have been broken, but the front screen or the interior mirror may have broken. Either the screen or mirror can be replaced as well.
For a more exact response, please post the make and model of the set.
whats the model number of your set? please respond to this same post and i will help you with the problem. if you remove that panel before getting a replace ment you wont be able to see your TV correctly.
Is a protector plastic?...If yes, Sure, you can replaced. I recommended open the front cover and use tape meter. Go to glass store and ask for plastic glass....You can use this plastic. If are you talking about lenticular screen, this is expense new (over $385) .Try to find a close TV shop and ask for used replacement.....That's work !!!
There are trim pieces around the edges that can be removed by sliding a
knife underneath and lightly prying. They should remove fairly easily,
don't force them as they may break. Use the knife on the cabinet side
and pry toward the center of the screen.
The tear on the inner screen may be best left as is.
lexan would be better than plexi as it is tougher, but try to get
anti-glare if possible. Anti-glare plexi would be better than regular
If it is it will be the first I've heard of one shattering... The CW spins at 7200 rpms and at that speed anything is possible. What color is the glass?? Clear and it's not the CW.. My bet is on the lamp. Does the lamp fire up?? You need to do a bit of investigating and let me know and I'll try and help..
well i looked into sony's replacement & they no longer make the mirror for this tv. the next best thing would be to go to a local shop that works with glass, here for me the local windshield repair/replacement shop for may car will make & cut mirrors to my required size.
most likely it will also be cheaper than sony's.