Reply to my post on how to remove front panel.....
Its just the front protector screen. It looks like plexi glass and from what I hear thats all it is. Model # is P95250. All the other screens are just fine. I just need to know how to take this front panel off without breaking it or anything else...does it just pop off?
Re: Reply to my post on how to remove front panel.....
I WOULD NEED TO GET THE SERVICE MANUAL FOR THAT. YOU CAN CALL RCA THEY CAN TELL YOU. IF YOU WANT TO REPLACE IT I THINK YOU CAN GET A PIECE OF PLEXI GLASS FROM LOWES OR HOME DEPOT. IF YOU MEASURE IT TO THE 1/8" THEY CAN CUT IT FOR YOU.
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It is broken,The outside is a Polorised film.Like window tint,It is repairable,New LCD screen.But may be cheeper to buy a new TV. GET A EXT.WARENTY!!! will not cover accidents but the new tv's do break alot,and are expensive to repair.
Buy a name brand, NOT RCA "junk" Just a name
no longer a company. Samsung,Panasonic,Sony. If you want to support the USA buy another Sharp. Still a great TV. And made in America. NOTE they make after market screen protectors. GOT KIDS? GET ONE. :) Or even a piece of plexie glass if cash is tight. Hope this helps.
it is not tecomended that you remove this especally around children. i say this but i personally have one like that but i have no children. the other reson is the screens are easy damaged and they are 250 to replace. You can get another front plexi these are known as the supersheild. or if you can find the right size plexi glass it might find another option. It can be watched but like i said it will just lead to more problems without plexi
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
my son cracked our screen protector and instead of paying two or three hundred dollars to replace it we had plexy glass cut at Lowes and put velcro striping around the edges and looked as good as the original and has held up great for five years now.