Re: how to take off protection screen of a Mitsubishi...
Usually have to pull the speaker grill off (friction fit), there will be some screws under the bottom edge of the screen, if there are wires you may have to unhook them, sometimes the plugs are behind a pannel that gets unscrewed from the front. The frame will come apart to drop the new screens in.
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I'm sorry, but you don't. It is probibally the protective cover that is scratched and not the screen itself. You should be able to take off the protective cover and replace it. Or you can just leave it off, but you risk damaging the screen itself when you do this.
is it the clear cover protecting the lentil screen behind that you are talking about. if so you dont need this. more often by removing it you get a better picture.
the lentil screen can be brought in the states quite easily.
doing a web search there is a company that will cut you a new one of the roll.