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Replacement lenticular screen for vs6041 60 inch mitsh

Need a replacement outscreen for old 60 in tv

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    need replacement screen for older model 60 inch projection tv Hitachi

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We recently cracked our lenticular screen on our 73 in mitsubishi i called the manufacturer and they said they no longer make them. so i looked thru websites to see if i could find some one with a 73 in tv or bigger that they were no longer using or didnt work and i found a guy on www.ksl.com that had an 80 inch tv and we went to go pick up screen cut it to my tv size and it worked!!.

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