Scatched LCD

Scatched LCD

PostBy: ceccil On: Mon Apr 26, 2010 1:07 am

Well, now that the anger level has dropped some, here is the story.

Mid Feb. we got our federal income tax return and after having the 15yr. old 25" tv in the bedroom we decided to purchace a new tv. We shopped around and found a 26" LCD tv at Sam's Club and bought it bringing us out of the dark ages.

Last week after getting home from work (2nd shift) I put in a DVD and noticed scratches (approx 6 of them, some the whole length of the screen) on the screen and a sheetrock screw on the dresser at the base of the tv. After a little investigating and questioning my 7 yr. old son, he fessed up and admitted that he did it. Long story short, he got to spend the last few days of spring break at home with mom and dad instead of playing with his friends.

Now I need to know if there is anything that will help as far as the scratches? My wive has read about scratch kits for LCD's and read on the net about using vasaline on them. Does anyone here have any first hand experience on what will help. Their really not terrible but I would like to do what I can to take care of them.
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Re: Scatched LCD

PostBy: Blackrocks On: Tue Apr 27, 2010 1:47 pm

try spraying with pledge.
it works on scratched eyeglasses if the scratches aren't to deep
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Re: Scatched LCD

PostBy: ceccil On: Wed Apr 28, 2010 1:22 am

delaford321 wrote:Or maybe contact the company and ask what they recommend to repair scratches.


I think i'll start there by calling tech support and getting their recommendation. I just don't want to put anything on it and take any chance of damaging it further or discoloring the screen.
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