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Panasonic tv I am looking for a protective screen for my tv a panasonic PT-53wx42 53". Mine has a crack in it.

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  • strow39 Jan 08, 2009

    my outer screen broke out almost completely during transporting it to new location. having trouble finding a replacement. anyone know where I might find one? or ideas on where to look?

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This model does not use a OEM Protective Screen. However, i found the Lenticular (outer screen) and Fresnal (inner screen) Screens for purchase.

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