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I was transporting my tv to another location and the wind destroyed the linticular and the fresnel was pushed in. Where can I find a replacement linticular screen and how do I reinstall.

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Try here. They might have the part and service manual. http://www.encompassparts.com/shop_guest.asp

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57” & 65” Models Screen Frame
Removal
1) Pull off the Speaker Grill.
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upper rear cover (except one at an
upper corner to support the frame).
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