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Windows 7: Screen-scratch, plastic cover or time to change it?

26 Dec 2016   #11
Ranger4

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drazenn, this Youtube video might be worth trying. Be careful though as some of the comments under the video mentioned cracking the screen by using to much force. Have a look at it & see if you think it might work.

Removing a pressure stain on a tablet screen with a suction cup. - YouTube


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