Question about Televison & Video
My wife has over time rubbed off the outer coating of the plasma tv. Is this fixable? Can the outer coating be removed chemically, and a new coating reapplied? Thanks.
No it is not fixable, wouldn`t it be nice if the manufacturers would include this in the owners manual ? Your wife is not the first to do this by any means, windex and other cleaners are very caustic to these panels and should never be used. the entire "panel" has to be replaced and it`s the most expensive part in your set, I`m sorry to be the bearer of bad news but at least you now know and won`t repeat the mistake, BMW Rider
Posted on Dec 05, 2007
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