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Plasma TV Anti glare coating worn off

I have a jvc pd-42dv2 plasma tv. Over the last 2-3 years we the anti-glare coating has worn off from improper cleaning. Is it possible to repair this?

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  • judejude Dec 05, 2007

    I accidentally rub off the anti glare coat on my JVC lcd TV any advice?

  • lil gallo Dec 17, 2007

    how do i clean the screen without messing up the screen

  • jazzywazzy Jan 01, 2009

    I also have and LCD television, and unknowingly used the wrong cleaners on it and now the screen is foggy. What can I do to fix it?

  • Anonymous Mar 15, 2009

    Ya - someone sprayed windex on our screen,and we haven't been able to fix it sine. Can we put some kind of oil on it or something?

  • Anonymous Mar 31, 2014

    The anti-glare coating on my plasma TV has been damaged by windex. Any way to retreat the glass?

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Of course, the best solution is to adapt your room accordingly. If the glare is caused by the sun light coming from the windows, installing curtains on your windows or moving your television to a better spot is a very effective way to reduce the glare and the reflections on your television.
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I had a used one with similar damage and the only thing short of replacing the panel was we used very fine rubbing compound and carefully removed ALL the coating on the screen.

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