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Removing front screen.

Hi, I have taken all the screws out from the front frame of the TV. I am having trouble removing the frame to get my screen out so I can acsess my lcd panel. From the inside the does not seem to be anything holding it in. It looks like it should slide up or out. Is there some clips I can't see? If the front does not come off, how do you get to the lcd panel(for dusting).

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  • shawnya Oct 02, 2008

    As I stated aove...I have a MIT's, WD-52527. I want to remove the front of the tv to get to the LCD Panel for dusting purposes. I can not remove the screen from the back of the TV. I have taken all the screw out of the front frame to remove the screen, however I don't know how to take the frame or screen off. This is my question. How do you remove the front frame and remove the screen?

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Good Day;
You say you want to find LCD panel? On a WD- 52525 MIT's. Why do you want remove panel? What Brand & model do you have??

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