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post #21 of 26 (permalink) Old 06-24-2019, 08:28 AM
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Welcome, go look at the how to I created for the sun damaged screen repair. Costs less than $20.

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Welcome, go look at the how to I created for the sun damaged screen repair. Costs less than $20.
Ok, I got it apart. I took the white plastic off and got the polarizing film off the glass. But on the other screen I pulled off the other polarizing film but it is attached to another piece of plastic.

So basically I will need to cut two piece of polarizing film?
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Thats what i ended up doing to mine. It had two white polarizing films, and at first it didnt work when I just replaced one. When I tied two, it worked great! You may have top turn them different ways to get the best sight.
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Thats what i ended up doing to mine. It had two white polarizing films, and at first it didnt work when I just replaced one. When I tied two, it worked great! You may have top turn them different ways to get the best sight.
This is what has me confused.

The first piece with the rubber pieces is flaking. Do I remove the flakes?

The second is the lenses where the white piece came off with the polarizing film.

And this last piece that is orange on the front and has what looks like polarizing film behind it that I started chipping off....what do I do with it?

I only ordered one piece of the 4"x4" like that dude said in the thread he made
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Yes, I had to scrape both flaking plates with a razor and then cleaned them good with alcohol. Then I put the film on both plates where I scraped . I didnt stick it on permanently until they showed a good picture. After everything looked good I peeled the the backing off and stuck it on. I had ordered an extra large sheet of self adhesive film so I had plenty to waste if I needed to.
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