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If I want to get a "screen protector" on my phone, I know it is natural to used:

I am going to get a screen protector installed on my phone.

But if I already have it on my phone but it has cracked and I want to get a new one, is the use of "install" still natural? Or will it be better to use "replace"?

I have to get this guard replaced.

Or can "install" be used as well? I guess, it won't sound natural as I already guard on my phone. Am I right?

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    I think for screen protectors (the flimsy plastic things?) Applied and Removed sound more natural - and replaced to remove and apply a new one – Smock Jun 17 at 15:25
  • And @Smock does "put on" sound natural as well? "I have to put on the screen protector. – It's about English Jun 17 at 17:29
  • And @Smock , will applied be used as: "I have to get a screen protector applied on my phone". – It's about English Jun 17 at 17:31
  • And "removed" : I have to get the screen protector removed. – It's about English Jun 17 at 17:31
  • I am going to get a new screen protector installed on my phone. – Jason Bassford Jun 17 at 18:03

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