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UV-82HP - display clouded from rubbing?

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anarky321

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not sure what happened because i just had the HT lying in a bag but half the display looks as if someone took sandpaper to it...can't see through it now....is it possible to replace that display plastic or fix this somehow?
 

w5rah

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I have used Flitz liquid polish on a cotton cloth to rub out small scratches or scuffs on radio displays. There may be some other similar polishes or polishing compounds such as meguires, mothers, etc, that may work on the display. Hope it may help your situation.
 

jonwienke

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Also look into stuff for cleaning scratches in CDs and DVDs.
 

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try

Go to auto parts store pick up some Meguiars Plastic polish,use a fine cloth and do small circles,it should clear up for ya.
PlastX.
 

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