I've rescued 6 all-in-ones that I was hoping to drop off at one of the local schools. But, noticed that all of them have cosmetic "defects" in their screens; not electrical but, rather, mechanical.
It looks like the screens may be fabricated from a multilayer clear plastic assembly and the outer layer has been scarred... as if there was a set of blisters in the material that were "popped".
While still usable (it just obscures those blistered portions of the screen), I'm hesitant to gift something with such an obvious defect.
Is there a way to fix/recondition this outer (blistered) surface? Or, should I just gut them and return the scrap to the tip?[there's not really a lack of rescue-able machines so I'm not going to spend much effort trying to salvage *these*]