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57H93 Toshiba My 3 year old son tried to "clean the TV like Daddy" with Lysol kitchen cleaner... I tried cleaning it off with a damp cloth or Monster LCD cleaning solution, it didnt work. I think I'm gonna hafta replace the screen. Any thoughts where i can get a replacement screen? Also some other sites spoke of different protective styles of screens. thanks Derrick deber_04@yahoo.com

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Protect screen Part # 23311038.......117.30

Fresnel screen ( inside ) # 23311014 ...65.47

Lenticular screen ( middle) # 23311128....81.96

You should only need the protector screen......T.

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