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Cyberfish

Ifinder h2o plastic screen replacement?

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Cyberfish

Genius here had it fall out of his pocket while running across a lake on his sled, it was on a cord and dragged a bit, now the plastic screen is scuffed bad making it hard to see. any way to repair or replace it?

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reddog

a glass shop that works with plexiglass should be able to polish it out.

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TiredFisherman

Try toothpaste. Wet cotton rage and put some tooth paste.

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Cyberfish

Thanks for the tips! Tiredfisherman gets the red green handyman award! I tried the toothpaste trick and it worked! smile

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harvey lee

I have done numerous ones for myself and friends and the toothpaste does wonders.

After one gets it all cleaned up, put a screen saver over it and your worries are gone.

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ozzie

is there a certain type of toothpaste to use? I have tried with no success so I must be doing something wrong. Thanks

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TiredFisherman

most of the paste from the tubes work. Pure past on the screen and rub with a rag. It might take a few times. You have rub hard. I have used my finge rand paste.

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Jim Almquist

Brasso will get out the worst then you can go to toothpaste. Toothpaste with baking soda works great!!

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