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Thick plastic film covering glass screen got deeply scratched while moving

While moving my television recently, the screen got sratched and gouged deeply in some areas. do i have to get the whole tube replaced, which i was told by a repair shop,or is there any scratch fixing products out there, or could i just replace the plastic glare reducing thick cover over the screen, which is what is scratched

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Hi there!
I would simply replace the plastic sheeting. Will certainly be cheaper than replacing a tube. Glass tvs don't normally come with this plastic so leave it off if you can remove it. There is a type of spray on the market for this purpose, just don't know if available in your country. Please note: It is dangerous to use a tv which had been scratched beyond 1.5mm, The glass may become unstable and implode if bumped by accident. Good Luck,JUS004

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