Question about Samsung UE32B6000 32" HDTV-Ready OLED TV
The only way I know of is to sand them down and re-paint the plastic. Call the dealer and see if they have a replacement or a used one they don't need. You could try filling them in with epoxy, but they still will need paint or something to hide them. You could use a black markers to cover them before filling with a clear epoxy, that way they won't show as bad.
Posted on Mar 31, 2011
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