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Quote: Originally Posted by zhrooms View Post

Close-up below, it's thicker than I thought it would be, but I've also read a lot of people complaining about the TN panels having way thicker AG coating than the AHVA variants (278-279), but this thick..
Does anyone know how thick the polarizer is? And where is it located? (Layer-wise)


I'm assuming the next step is just to wet the entire screen, let it sit for maybe 5 hours, then try to peel the entire blue layer off?
The top most polarizer (there are two of them) is the one you need to be especially careful with. As for its thickness, can't help you with that; and yep to the letting it sit for five hours then trying to carefully pull the outermost layer off.

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