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TOSHIBA 50A60,GOING TO REPLACE LENTICULAR SCREEN

When removing the bezel is there anything special that needs to be done,the partsmen said something about screws for the screen,is this a simple task as it looks or am i in over my head??? please help,thanx

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  • bioburn3d Jan 13, 2008

    I have the same problem. I cant find a replacement lenticular for mine. If you have found one PLEASE contact me with a supplier. [email protected]. Thank you. patiently Awaiting your responce.

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I found an old tv the same as mine on ebay. I had to buy it and pull the screen to fix mine. best of luck. hope you have the same luck as me. thanx for the responce.

Posted on May 29, 2008

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I need a replacement Screen for a 60 Inch Philips TV. PLEASE LET ME KNOW

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I need a replacement Screen for a 60 Inch Philips TV. PLEASE LET ME KNOW

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It's pretty simple repair.  Pull bezel, unscrew braces around edges and swap screen out.  Where did you find the lenticular at?  I have the same TV and can't find the part online.

 

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