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Removing the protective screen to clean

I need to remove the protective screen to clean the "actual" screen for my TV

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  • stump1733 Sep 27, 2008

    I need to know how the front pops off to remove the protective lense in front of the screen.

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The speaker grill pulls off, you will find the screws under there

Posted on Oct 04, 2008

  • Teresa Campbell
    Teresa Campbell Dec 09, 2011

    be careful of wires clean only the lens and dust gently do not wipe the refective tin it will scratch easily

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Why not remove the screen assy and see if you can clean it?

Remove the speaker grill assy and remove the screws along the bottom edge of the screen assy. Pull the screen assy up and off and lay it on a clean sheet with the outside of the screen assy face down. Remove the screws that fasten the screen bracket assys in place and remove the screen brackets.

Your TV actually has either 2 or 3 screens. You can carefully lift them off the screen frame. Separate them and clean them using a solution of luke warm water and a few drops of dish washing liquid on a soft cloth towel. Wipe immediately with a dry towel. ( be sure to note the order the screens are in and keep the smae side of each screen as it was originally. By the way, replacing the screens is expensive. The 2 that do the work, the lenticular screen and the fresnel lens can cost up to $300 a piece, the third, a clear, protective screen can cost $100-150.

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Feb 18, 2009 | RCA P52926 52" Rear Projection Television

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Removing the protective screen on our Pioneer SD-532HD5


Pop the bottom front cover off (that is over the speakers) first. This will expose 2 brackets that hold the moulding around the screen in place. Un-screw the brackets enough so you can get the moulding off and take it off. Once the moulding off you will see the brackets that hold the actual screen in place. Loosen these brackets and VERY carefully remove the screen (it will wobble and bend so I would recommend 2 people do this). Lay the screen down on a soft surface that will not scratch it. Clean and re-install screen, tighten brackets, re-install moulding, tighten brackets and pop the speaker cover back on.

Nov 11, 2008 | Pioneer SD-532HD5 53" Rear Projection...

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Spider web inside tv


You need to open and clean it carefully.
  1. remove the back bottom panel
  2. Remove the top back panel (carefully the mirror is on it)
  3. Clean the mirror and the lenses (on the mirror don't use products with ammoniac) "a good tip is to use same staff to clean photographic cameras"
  4. Place back the top rear panel
  5. place back the bottom rear panel

Nov 09, 2008 | Samsung PCH521R 52" Rear Projection...

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Cleanng the projection mirror


remove the speaker grill, you will see the screws holding the front screen, remove the screws and the connectors going to it and slide the screen up and off.

Sep 18, 2008 | Mitsubishi VS-45603 45" Rear Projection...

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57S715 Hitachi HD RPTV protective screen removal & cleaning help.


Research at www.HitachiServiceUSA.com ...........

Generally, front speaker grill cover comes off , then
screen frame assy. off , then take apart, remove protect
glare screen. Reassemble ( keep same order - position )....T.

Please rate solution to problem........

Aug 21, 2007 | Hitachi 57S715 57" Rear Projection HDTV

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Help me


you can remove the protector and the tv will work fine, they all come off a little differently however. I would start with removing the speaker grille and see if there are screws along the bottom of the screen frame. If so you can probably remove them and lift up un the entire frame it will be on hangers mounted on the sides. Once you get the frame off you will see how the screens are mounted inside with brackets. If not, some of the RCA's you would actually remove the wooden top of the TV and slide the screens out from the top. In this case you will see two things. 1) a couple of screws near the top of the TV on the sides possible hidden with a plastic screw cover. 2) on the back of the TV at the top you will see two metal tabs/slots that almost look like hinges. Remove the screws and lift the top from the front and it will pivit out of the tabs on the back. Then you have your screens exposed on the top and slide them out. Good luck!

May 11, 2007 | RCA P52921 52" Rear Projection Television

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Projection tv


Yes you can safely clean tv, just remove front speaker panel and you should see screws holding up front prot. screen. Becareful not to snap screws. You can take screen out and there is a mirror that you can clean and 3 lenses.

Apr 01, 2007 | Hitachi 50UX57B 50" Rear Projection...

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Projection tv


I just saw your post, that is a permanat burn on the screen and there is suppose to be protection circuits inside this TV set to prevent this from happening.

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