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Need 2nd screen in Phillips 60 inch tv..not sure what it is calle

When moving this tv, the thin middle screen blew off, we didn't know it would do that, we need to replace it, apparently it is what makes the tv work. Have the inside screen and the big outside screen, not sure what the 2nd middle screen is called --and where to find to replace?

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