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    Scratched CUE Screen

    My 6 1/2 year old son was playing with the touch screen and somehow used his fingernail rather then his finger to slide up and down and left scratch marks on the screen. Can't seem to remove it and so frustrated. Any suggestions how to possibly remove ????

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    Re: Scratched CUE Screen

    Boarding school possibly?
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    Re: Scratched CUE Screen

    Oh no!!!! Wonder what it will require to remove it.. Plast-x, maybe? I can check with the warranty department here on Monday if no one else can provide an answer.. (dunno if a compound or plast-x might further damage/haze the surface)

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    Re: Scratched CUE Screen

    How bad are we talking here?

    If it's a very light mar, compounding might help, absolutely don't use plast-x, it's an aggressive compound and won't finish well. You'll need a professional.

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    Thanks and will look into it...

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