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There are trim pieces around the edges that can be removed by sliding a
knife underneath and lightly prying. They should remove fairly easily,
don't force them as they may break. Use the knife on the cabinet side
and pry toward the center of the screen.
The tear on the inner screen may be best left as is.
lexan would be better than plexi as it is tougher, but try to get
anti-glare if possible. Anti-glare plexi would be better than regular
the outer screen on these units easly replaced. RCA #258797 their called supersheilds.. rca charges about 70 dollars for the item...If it is just that i have seen people just use a clear sheet of plexi. removeing the screens requires removein several torx 20 screw around the outer and remove the frame.. then the clear peice of plexi is attache with serval brackets.
Usualy Panasonic have 3 layers on the screen. From inside to outside is: fresnel, lenticular and protective. If only the one from outside is broken don't wory. It;s just protective and the film it's just a filter to improve the black level. You can use it like that but be carrefull because the lenticular it's not protected anymore and if you scrach it ... And do not try to clean it with anything else just dry rag.
There is a product for polishing platstic that removes minor scratches. I don't however remember the name of the product and if you do obatin it try it in the corner of the screen first to verify it won't do further damage to the screen.