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I have discovered a scratch ( few inches long ) on my flat screen television. Is this dangerous in any way? Can I jsut leave it alone and there be no concern? Please advise. Can it be fixed?

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This should not be a problem. As long as you can see the picture, there is no problem,

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Posted on Aug 26, 2008

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