Hi Shaun. I just picked a new lenticular screen for Toshiba TZ50V61. I went to their Web-page and it showed me where there was Toshiba -based warranty shops according to Zip or area code. I went to one near my area and ordered a screen. It took three weeks to get to me and cost $170.00. I live in Canada so you might get one faster and cheaper.
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If you have to replace the linticular screen the cost will be prohibitive. The outer Plexiglas can be purchased at a hardware store although it will not have the glare reduction as most of the big screens have but it will work. Your best bet is to contact a tv repair shop and ask them if they have any toshiba 50" sets they are parting out and ask them for the cost of the screen. That may be your most cost effective way. I know if we had a customer to ask we would sell them one at a resonable price, but unfortuinatly our shop does not have any toshiba sets junked out. We have several sony's though.
There is one mirror inside. It is easy to remove the front plastic screen by removing the bottom fabric grill (snaps off by pulling outward like a removable speaker grill). Remove several wood screws along bottom edge of screen. Lift up the whole plastic screen frame and pull it away from the TV; but be careful with the control wires that go to the center panel, which snaps off the big screen frame easily. The mirror is right there.
1) Remove lower,front speaker grill 2) Remove screws along bottom edge of screen frame 3) Lift screen assembly off cabinet 4) Lay assembly face down 5) Remove just enough frame screws to get back in position-- Don't force it---- 6) Reassemble.........T.