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REPLACE SCREEN the screen has marker all over it and its permanit

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You can either try www.tritronicsinc.com or www.tvscreenprotectors.com for replacement screens

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There are 4 variants of your model listed. Can you please post the complete model number? There should be letters and numbers following the R52WM24. The front protective screen does not appear to be a separately available part. The screen assembly runs about $170. Post the exact model and I'll get you the order number and costs.

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