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there are 2 functionality screens and 1 screen protector (on some) front screen = lenticular back screen = fresnel very front screen = screen protector (you can replace w plexiglass)
the fresnel and lenticular are very specific.. contact your local repair center for a new one. you can cut them from old screens but have to do just right (fresnel is a lens type - pic will be distorted if off center)
maybe find a old junker tv to pull screens from because new ones are about $100 a piece
The good news is it won't cost as much as a new set! Why? because he has a DLP model, not LCD.
It has two screens, one is called the Fresnel and the other Lenticular. Each one is about $180.00, none of my distributors have them so that's the bad news. I will give you the part numbers and start doing your homework.
You must remove the front bezel and frame holder to replace the screen. You will usually see the screws holding the from from the rear of the unit. Once you get the frame off, take note of the way the old screen is installed. There is usually a label on one side near the bottom; the new screens must be installed with the label in the same location. The lenticular goes on the outside (facing the viewer) and the fresnel goes on the inside facing the mirror. You will be able to recognize the fresnel, it has a series of concentric circles that are raised on the sirface of the plastic Be sure to rate this solution.Thanks!
WD-57731 & WD-65731 Front Disassembly 57” & 65” Models Screen Frame Removal 1) Pull off the Speaker Grill. 2) Remove all the screws (b) from the upper rear cover (except one at an upper corner to support the frame). 3) Remove 10 screws (a) from the front of the screen frame. 4) Remove the remaining ***** (b) (supporting the frame). Carefully pull the Screen Frame from the TV and disconnect the ES and LE connectors. 57” & 65” Models Screens Removal from Frame 1) From the rear of the Screen Frame remove 20 screws (a) from the top and bottom rails 2) Remove 6 screws (b) from each side rail. 3) Carefully lift the Screen assembly from the Frame.
MODEL: WD-52631 / WD-57731 / WD-65731 Screen Replacement CAUTION: Wear gloves when handling the Lenticular Screen and Fresnel Lens. This prevents cuts and finger prints. Do not place Fresnel Lens in the sun. This may cause fire and heat related injuries. Lenticular Screen and Fresnel Lens Replacement 1) Apply LENS-TAPE along the rear top edge of the Lenticular Screen. 2) Place the Fresnel Lens on top of the Lenticular Screen, and apply pressure along the top edge. 3) Place the screens in the screen frame and reinstall the cushions, top, bottom and side rails. NOTE: The Lenticular Screen label must face the front and the Fresnel Lens label face the rear. 4) Reverse the Screen Removal Procedure and insert the screens in the Bezel. Lenticular Screen and Fresnel Lens Removal 1) Remove the top, bottom and side HOLDER-SCREEN rails and their cushions from the Screen Frame. 2) Lift the screens as a single unit from the frame. 2. Separate the Lenticular Screen and Fresnel Lens. Note: When separating the Lenticular Screen from the Fresnel Lens, use caution while prying the Screen and Lens apart. Use a slot type ***** driver, and remove the pressure sensitive double sided tape.
this might sound odd but you might have a bug or something on your mirror or have you bumped the front screen? the freznel and lenticular screens could have seperated.
i would contact a local repair shop for an in home service call just to verify these 2 possible scenario's.
The screen with the "swirls" on it is the fresnel lens and that is the one that goes in back then the lenticular lens goes next (it has the feel of a grid to it). Then the screen proetector goes on the very front. The fresnel lens only works installed one way. On Sony TV's look for the orange tag with the part number on it and put that to the lower right facing outword and usually 99% of the time this is how they go back in.