Question about LG 30FZ4D TV
If it is just you protective screen use auto clear coat and a q tip. spray a little clear coat on q tip and lightly brush area. It will resolve the issue of sticking out like a sore thumb. you will likely till see a small area different than the rest but must get close to tv to see it.
Posted on Dec 09, 2009
Is it the screen itself or the protective screen that is scratched. If
it's the protective screen, then you can just remove that, but be
warned the lenticular screen is now prone to scratches from kids, dogs
or a clumsy significant other. But if you feel comfortable with no one
bumping into it, then you can remove the protective screen and actually
get a better picture quality with no glare.
If it's the actual lenticular screen (one behind the protective screen) then your in trouble and it will cost a pretty penny to get fixed. You can switch it out yourself once you buy a new one, but have two people handy, the instructions on how to replace should be in the owners manual.
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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