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Protective screen while moving the TV I scratched the protective screen. I have since purchased a new screen but have no clue how to pull out the old screen. Please advise how I go about making the switch. Thank you in advance. Joe

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I am looking all over for a new protective screen for my ws-65857. Where did you find yours?

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Remove the bottom it should snap off and then see if this model has screws to hold the frame up otherwise it just pop off

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