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The overlay or outer screen on any LCD or Plasma is bonded to and cannot be removed/replaced short of replacing the entire Panel or display unit which needless to say costs more than the set did when new.
If its an older projection set the outer clear screen may be available depending on brand and model number.
Sorry,u have live with those scratches.Beacause by replacing LCD screen panel,will cost u the same as a new tv.Because those LCD screen panels are 90% important to the tv and it is limited in production by the tvs corporations only,that what they charge u same as a new tv.
there is nothing that i know that can fix a large sratch on a tv. you could buy a new screen from www.TvRepairKits.com but it will cost around $120 because it will cost the shipper around $80 Fed X, $100 for some others.
Sorry u have to live with it.The very bad scratched on tv screen panel can't be repair.The only way is to replaced the whole tv screen panel and the new screen panel,will cost the same as a new tv.So it not be practical.Because the tv screen panel are limited production by the tv corporations.
How deep of a scratch is it on the screen? Just on the plastic/glass protective coating over the monitor? If it is not in the LCD then you could just remove the plastic/glass and replace it if you want. If the scratch is deep then your LCD is probably scratched. Sadly the cost of replacing the LCD screen within an LCD monitor is more expensive than buying an entirely new screen. Your best bet is either dealing with the scratch or getting an entirely new monitor. I would recommend visiting www.newegg.com where there are many cheap monitors there. please rate my solution
Honestly brother, there is not anything you can do about this. You have one of two options, #1 buy a new tv, or #2 deal with the scratches. If you call sharp, they will send you right out the door because their warranties do not cover physical damages in any way, shape, form, or fashion. Avoid yourself the embararssment and take one of those options. Take it from a person who knows. good luck 2 u
Well, unfortunately, there isn't much you can do about it. The cost of a new screen and installation would be almost as much as a new TV itself, so if the scratch doesnt deter you from watching TV, then I suggest just leave it be. There are a couple of scratch removing products (abrasives) on the market, but if you have no experience in this, then you'd only make the scratch worse...