Question about Neiko Tools USA Solar-Powered Auto-Darken MIG/TIG Welding Helmet - ANSI Approved

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Was wondering if anyone had any contact information for the Neiko company. for the welding helmet, it mentions that the shield should be replaced every so often, but I can't find anywhere that sells the shields.

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Good Day To You,
Follow this link it will bring you to an on-line distributor where you can purchase what your looking for. I found several lens replacements for different helmets and a solar powered Auto darken helmet though not just the lens for it, it could be further down the list if that is what your looking for. Sometimes people just pick the closest thing to what they have. Need any further assistance will be glad to provide. Thanks for using FixYa and have a great weekend. Jeff

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Hi, Please do not give me a bad rating for this information as you asked and I am going to give you the answer - even though you ain't gonna like it!
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