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Removing protective diamond shield

How do you remove the protective diamond shield from a big screen projection tv and will this eliminate glare?

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The screen shield of my mitsubishi HD 1080 diamond projection tv is scratched and shows rainbow color dots in some places. What can I do? Can I fix it? Replace it?


The outer screen on most models is clear and called a protective screen and prevents glare---if it has that it has 2 more screens behind it.

Getting at the outer on is not so easy---the entire frame for the screens has to be removed, the inner screens removed to get at the outer screen to remove it (if 3 screens you can do without the outer one except if it got scratched before--next will be the next screen behind it.

Check with mitsubishi to see if the screen that is damaged is available or not.

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these tvs have 3 screens, 2 functonal, and the 3rd is just a screen protector. mitsubishi makes them so you can remove the protector to eliminate glare if you want, and its customer removable. if this is the only one that cracked, remove it and you will actually have a better picture. you just need a small flat head screwdriver. pry of the little plastic pieces at the top and bottom (some are on sides) that hold the screen in. its just held in on 2 sides, and then you flex it to get it out. if it cracked into the 2 screens behind the protector, you've got bigger issues and the repair could get expensive. contact your local mits service center for quotes, but the screens are atleast 100 each, just for parts. let me know if i can be of further assistance.

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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.

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Unless you have small children it's better to just remove the diamond shield and throw it away. Less glare on the screen that way. But if you must have a new one go to a local glass shop and have a piece of plexiglass cut to the dimensions of the old one. We do that all the time and it works fine. Usually runs around $60.00.

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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.

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