I've need to replace the outer front screen (Grey Hard Plastic), i hear that they are in excess of $1,000. can i purchase this Grey Hard Plastic in a sheet and cut it to size myself and where can i purchase it.
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Re: Pioneer SD-T5022 Broke Screen
Call your local TV repair shops ask if they have any used screens ,From sets junked out. most shops sell them 100.00 or little more.order new from factory 500.00 Good Luck with your hunt .ThankYou for using FixYa. Have a Nice Day.
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Try finding one on Ebay under TV Parts ,Electronics and Try Encompass Parts Distribution type in your Model number and see if they are listing Screen replacement or call 1-800-638-3328
You can also Call local TV Shops to ask do they have a good used one for sale.
There are TWO screens for this model, an inner and an outer screen, make sure that both screens didn't get broke/cracked.
AMR2740 Lenticular Screen 60", RETAIL $405
AMR2741 Fresnel Lens SD-P6081K, RETAIL $630
Theses are retailed at Pioneer.com, but both are unavailable online. You might want to call them for availability at 1-800-228-7221, M-F, 7am-430pm PST.
Pop the bottom front cover off (that is over the speakers) first. This will expose 2 brackets that hold the moulding around the screen in place. Un-screw the brackets enough so you can get the moulding off and take it off. Once the moulding off you will see the brackets that hold the actual screen in place. Loosen these brackets and VERY carefully remove the screen (it will wobble and bend so I would recommend 2 people do this). Lay the screen down on a soft surface that will not scratch it. Clean and re-install screen, tighten brackets, re-install moulding, tighten brackets and pop the speaker cover back on.
Take the lower speaker grill cover in front off.Remove screws holding sreen frame on.
slide screens to side to access cavity.Ask a
pro or go slow!!be gentle and observant.
remove webs with rag or feather duster.DO NOT
spray any liquid.Dust RGB lens caps with soft