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Cob webs i got cob webs between my protection screen and the regular screen and i cant get the front off and have tried and tried and hae no idea how to get it off to clean it can u help me?????

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This model has a regular glass CRT part # A80AJZ9010. The cob webs may be just scratches in the glass. I don't see a protection screen listed on this set. But I will look better tomorrow, and get back to you if I find anything.

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