Over the weekend, the vacuum handle accidentally scratched my screen. Ironically, I had the anti glare screen remove with a full ISF calibration days before
If I were going to replace the lenticular as a do it yourself project, what should I be aware about before attempting?
I hear that the screen consist on two layers and more. Lenticular and fresnel?
The scratches are not bad and you can’t really tell when the set is on, but I would like to get it fix, since I had it calibrated recently.
Are there any tools that I would need, other than a screwdriver to dissemble the front of the TV and blankets to lay the screen down.
Once I get the screen off, do you think that it will take little or no force to separate the layers?
If anyone has any advice, it would be greatly appreciated.
It’s a Panasonic 47”.