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How do I remove this thing?

We got this TV on a bazaar thing and it has this sticker. How do I remove it without it ripping apart and leaving residue that is impossible to remove without scratching the screen?

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maybe a little bit of heat from a hair dryer?

 

Something like googone, but I am not sure if that would hurt the screen coating.

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1 minute ago, lieder1987 said:

maybe a little bit of heat from a hair dryer?

 

Something like googone, but I am not sure if that would hurt the screen coating.

unfortunately we dont have a hair dryer.

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25 minutes ago, InfraDelta said:

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your fingernail!  Just grab it at the top and It should pull right off.  Do not put chemicals on your screen

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Those stickers are made to be removed without leaving residue, just carefully use your finger to start peeling it up at one corner, then peel it right off. As mentioned above by someone else, don't use any chemicals, you will likely damage the screen and make the situation even worse. 

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how sure are you guys that it wont suddenly tear and make it hard to come off?

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57 minutes ago, InfraDelta said:

how sure are you guys that it wont suddenly tear and make it hard to come off?

Those sorts of stickers are intentionally put onto the panel. They wouldn't do that if they were hard to remove. Just pull it off. 

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