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The tv CRT-(tv tube) screen itself is broken now or dying already and tv PCB board broken require replacing too,tv will still work after replacing PCB board or repairing it but tv will not be watchable becauuce tv screen will all mess up like screw up picture colors will have black and blue colors be all over the tv screen.Tv now will not be worth repairing if require replacing CRT-(tv tube) will cost the same as a new tv if tries replacing CRT-(tv tube) if u still can buy it.Can't buy analog CRT-(tv tube) anymore.Sorry time to buy a new tv.
Why u want to change the CRT(picture tube).Not available anyway.These analog tvs are cheap and can buy it in any Salvation Army stores for like 25-50 bucks for "19-"25 inches for an analog tvs CRTS(tubes tvs).
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The only place you'll really be able to get a replacement screen for that TV would be from the company itself. Go to Sharp's website, find there contact page or customer support. Send them an email asking them if they can get you a replacement screen. Of course make sure you send the make and model of tv in the email.
They will be able to help you would with that.
I will tell you that buying a replacement and having it fixed might cost about the same if not more than a new tv.
try a hair dryer first back and forth on hot (don't melt it), DLP screens cost about $200-$400 to buy I work for a service center and have replaced them before. alot of screws around the cabinet, if you take it apart to clean it try using a damp rag (with water) or monitor cleaning kit.
Is it the screen itself or the protective screen that is scratched. If
it's the protective screen, then you can just remove that, but be
warned the lenticular screen is now prone to scratches from kids, dogs
or a clumsy significant other. But if you feel comfortable with no one
bumping into it, then you can remove the protective screen and actually
get a better picture quality with no glare.
If it's the actual lenticular screen (one behind the protective screen)
then your in trouble and it will cost a pretty penny to get fixed. You can
switch it out yourself once you buy a new one, but have two people
handy, the instructions on how to replace should be in the owners