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Toshiba HX6581 Cracked front protective screen..

Hey do you know how I can remove the fromt screen and where I can get that part for a good price?

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Re: Toshiba HX6581 Cracked front protective screen..

I have a 65hx81 toshiba that isnt working tell me what you think is a good $. and i will sell you the whole tv then you can make one good one out of both. the screen is fine and the guy i got it from said that it is one of the boards in it is bad.

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Where can I get a replacement plactic screen cover

This set has 3 screens---the outer one is really only for glare--clear plexigalss--no longer available from Sony.

Sony 4-070-602-01
SCREEN, FRESNEL Sony 4-064-343-11
SCREEN, LENTICULAR Sony 4-058-894-11
SCREEN, PROTECTION (CONTRAST)Outer one is (Contrast) the other two inner ones are showing as available and about 180 each.

You would have to either have someone dismantle or do it yourself---most of these sets you have to remove all three screens from the rear of the set---then remove the outer contrast one if it is scratched or cracked--

If you get it out and measure it: It is possible you may be able to find a company who can cut you a plexi-glass piece to replace it with--lots of work to do this and you have to use extreme care when you remove the two inner screens--easy to damage them---Usually the inner two are taped along all the edges to keep dust etc from getting between them and the front one is a short distance forward of them.

The front protective screen is really only there for glare and to protect the inner screens from damage---I have seen people who had a cracked outer one just dismantle and remove that one---put the others back and use the set that way---have to be careful as the inner screens are easy to scratch or damage with the outer one removed.

Also---I have seen several where someone removed the outer one and got a piece of plexi glass big enough to put on the outside of the front of the set---secured all around the edges with velcro--does not look as good as the original but prevents glare and protects the inner screens.

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Does anyone know the part number to the protective screen cover? My son just accidently threw the Wii remote and cracked the protective screen. For his sake, please someone tell me what the part number...

Here is the Parts Dept. (central) for Toshiba they can give price and tell you if they part in stock and ship it to your home.

Good Luck, Big Irish

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23600 Aurora Road
Bedford Heights, OH 44146
  • Phone: (800) 321-6993
  • Fax: (800) 445-7991

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Cracked screen on my Toshiba TZ50V61

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How to replace front protective screen..

in order to replace this piece, you will need to take the entire case off of the TV, undo all of the wiring inside, and behind the tube.  Once you have the old piece out, yuo need to put the new one in, be very careful, as a sligt jar could ruin it.  Also be careful to get the wiring right as a wrong cable could ruin not only the new screen you just put in but, ruin the rest of the television.  

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Clean behind the screen.

to packerfan. yesterday i did some thinking. i had the same problem w/ my toshiba 57". cobwebs in the viewing screen. i found the solution to be simple. take the front panel off. it's just held on by some clips. remove the black cardboard cover that protects the wiring. it's simple just w/ a screwdriver. attach a feather duster w/ duct tape to a 2 ft. dowel or longer if your arms are short.there are several places you can go up to dust. i found that if you clean 1/2 of the screen then the other 1/2 you should be done all tolled in about 10 mins. presto! my screen has never looked so good.too bad it's taken me 3 yrs. to figure it out. hope this solution works for you as great as it worked for me!!!

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