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After doing some searching what I have come up with is that your options are limited to contacting the manufacturer for a replacement screen or going the ebay route which looking there does not seem to have any possibility at the moment. You can also check with a tv repair shop preferably a mom and pop type joint, many of these places will have spare parts laying around.
Unplug tv first Usually you can pop the front screen off the set. There may be two hidden catches depending on the model. You may want to use two people for this. Once the screen is off removed the spider web and clean the back mirror with some windex, don't clean the inside of screen with any cleaner. Replace carefully the screen making sure it clicks back correctly
to packerfan. yesterday i did some thinking. i had the same problem w/ my toshiba 57". cobwebs in the viewing screen. i found the solution to be simple. take the front panel off. it's just held on by some clips. remove the black cardboard cover that protects the wiring. it's simple just w/ a screwdriver. attach a feather duster w/ duct tape to a 2 ft. dowel or longer if your arms are short.there are several places you can go up to dust. i found that if you clean 1/2 of the screen then the other 1/2 you should be done all tolled in about 10 mins. presto! my screen has never looked so good.too bad it's taken me 3 yrs. to figure it out. hope this solution works for you as great as it worked for me!!!
CRT Rear-Projection - Before
you can begin cleaning, you need to determine if you do, or do not have
a screen shield. A screen shield is a hard plastic cover over the front
of the TV screen. If you can't tell, give the front of the TV a light
tap. Another way to tell is to check for ridges in the screen area. If
you can feel ridges on the screen, then you do not have a screen
shield. Rear projection TVs without a screen shield require a special
kind of cleaner and rag. These are available for purchase at your local
TV service center. Those that do have a screen shield should be cleaned
with a dry or damp soft cloth. If it's extremely dirty, a mild soap may
be used. Do not use paper products, such as paper towels, to clean the
screen shield. Paper products can easily scratch the surface of the
shield. Screen shields can have a tendency to streak while cleaning. If
this happens, use a dry cloth and buff the screen in a small circular