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Instead of trying to find just the screen, I suggest buying an "as-is" complete TV. Then just take off the parts you need and scrap the rest... You may even get a better deal. I just looked on ebay and there were a couple listed. I imagine with everyone switching over to flat screens, you'll find a good deal.
Yes, the screen can be replaced. The screen is comprised of 3 screens. The Fresnal Screen (inner screen), Lenticular Screen (middle screen), and the Protective Screen (outer screen). Please see below for links to these items.
Need all 3 to complete screen assembly.The only screen that is still available is the innermost screen, which is probably not the 1 you need. You will only be able to find the middle (lenticular) and outer (protective) screens from a distributor that has them in stock as no one will be able to order them from the manufacturer.
I replaced the screen on my 62 inch big screen for about $50 and the picture is very good! You simply need to purchase a piece of plexiglass from a glass shop or hardware store and have it cut to the EXACT dimensions you require for your TV. NEXT the plexiglass must be FROSTED. This can be done by a fine particle sandblaster or power sander with a fine grade paper. I used a power sander and sanded BOTH sides methodically and vertically on BOTH sides. I recommend buying a couple of 12 inch wide strips to test which method pleases you most by placing them in the path of the projected image where the old screen was removed. In any event, I recommend frosting BOTH sides.