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    Angry Screen protector on Philips 47" 3D LED Smart TV 47PFL6907T?

    I recently purchased a new philips tv, but i noticed that the tv is getting alot of fingerprints, and sucking up alot of dust on the screen. In my quick start manual i se a picture of the tv having one of those protector layers posted on the screen itself, but for some reason i cant get it off.. Can someone confirm that there is a screen protector on the Philips 47" 3D LED Smart TV 47PFL6907T model?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LassePh View Post
    I recently purchased a new philips tv, but i noticed that the tv is getting alot of fingerprints, and sucking up alot of dust on the screen. In my quick start manual i se a picture of the tv having one of those protector layers posted on the screen itself, but for some reason i cant get it off.. Can someone confirm that there is a screen protector on the Philips 47" 3D LED Smart TV 47PFL6907T model?
    Hi LassePh.

    Please see the PM I've sent you.

    Thank you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Philips - Benedickte View Post
    Hi LassePh.

    Please see the PM I've sent you.

    Thank you.
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    I'll take a PM aswell please just incase I am missing a trick.

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by mccrimmon View Post
    I'll take a PM aswell please just incase I am missing a trick.

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    Hi Mccrimmon.

    PM is now sent

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    Dear,

    I'm having the same problem as LassePh.
    Yesterday we bought our new TV (42PFL6907H/12).
    Today we were installing the TV.
    We also saw in the quick start manual a picture of the tv having a protector layer.
    So I looked at the TV and indeed saw a layer.
    It was easy to take it off in the upper right corner of the screen, so we tried to take it off.
    At the middle of the screen it is stucked and in the bottem it seems to be impossible to take it off.

    We are affraid now.
    Is it realy a screen protector that needs to be removed?
    Now we have a TV with pieces of foil on it.
    Could you help us please?

    Thanks in advance,

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    Could you PM me too, regarding the screen protector please.
    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Menno View Post
    Dear,

    I'm having the same problem as LassePh.
    Yesterday we bought our new TV (42PFL6907H/12).
    Today we were installing the TV.
    We also saw in the quick start manual a picture of the tv having a protector layer.
    So I looked at the TV and indeed saw a layer.
    It was easy to take it off in the upper right corner of the screen, so we tried to take it off.
    At the middle of the screen it is stucked and in the bottem it seems to be impossible to take it off.

    We are affraid now.
    Is it realy a screen protector that needs to be removed?
    Now we have a TV with pieces of foil on it.
    Could you help us please?

    Thanks in advance,

    Hi Menno and Rockyroads.

    Please see the PM i've sent you regarding this. Also attach a Photo in the PM.

    Best regards,
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    Hi all xxPFL6907 owners.

    Some sets from different countries have been observed to contain the wrong version of Quick Start Guide (QSG). The QSG is giving instructions to remove a protective foil from the display. However, there is no protective foil applied to the display. Everyone who tries to peel off the first layer that is applied to the display will inflict damage to the display itself!
    We're sorry for this inconvenience and would like to ask you to use the QSG on the homepage instead since this one is correct.

    For all of you that have tried peeling this off (with either full or partial success), please Private Message me with your TV sets information and your contact details.

    I would reccomend you all to see the correct Quick start guide here.

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    Hello,

    I have bought an new Philips 47PFL6198K/12 and the latest soundbar of Philips. I have mounted it on the wall. I saw an air bubble in the right and left upper corner. I thougt it was an protective layer. This is verry common nowadays. So i have triest to Peel of this layar. At first it came off smoothly, but after a while it got verry hard to Peel off.

    Eventually i got off the most of the layar. Somehow i wasn't convinced it was an protective layer.....so i went onlin and found this forum. I hope you can help me!

    Best Renards

    Denny van de Louw

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    Hi,

    We have recently bought a Philips 47PFL6008 and we also had a loose foil in the corner of the screen. We thought it was protective foil and peeled it off entirely.
    We hope this can be resolved.

    Thanks,

    Jean-Pierre Geeraths

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    Hi,

    how can I sent You a PM?
    thanks

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