Question about Mitsubishi VS-50605 50" Rear Projection Television
I was just transporting my tv and at some point during the trip the outer screen got pushed in. i was trying to pop it back out, but every time i tried refitting it, it would just slide back in. do i need a new screen or can i have someone just repair it or can i do it myself?
I had to figure this one out on my own, so here's the play by play. You'll need a phillips screwdriver (preferably electric), a plastic putty knife if you have one (a butter knife could work if need be), and some flexibility. Unplug the TV just to be safe, then carefully pry the speaker cover toward you as you're facing the TV. It will pop right off from the six attaching points. Now you'll see a black piece of fiber board held on with four screws. Remove the screws and panel. Laying down and looking up inside, you'll be able to trace two sets of wires leading to a pair of white connectors. Undo the twist ties holding the wires in place and disconnect them, letting them hang. Now remove the five screws along the bottom of the screen fascia panel. Slide the panel assembly straight up until it stops, then pull it away from the TV. Lay the panel face down on a flat surface and remove the nine(?) screws along the bottom edge of the screen as well as the two screws on each vertical bracket near the bottom. Now you can slide the entire bottom rail down and reposition the screen to your heart's content. I hope this prevents your family from learning a whole new vocabulary. By the way, does anyone know how to stop an eighteen month old toddler from saying &*#%!&$ son of a #&*@# ?
Posted on Apr 09, 2008
First of all wally heres what to look for. remove speaker grill not sure of your model. speaker grill should pop off. then you will see screws holding the large plastic screen assembly. noww if you look there might be a group of wires going up to screen,they will be atatched to small plugs unplug them, remove small screws on bottom of screen assembly, entire plastic screen assembly will first slide up then pull away put assembly flat on floor (don't scratch screen put on carpit or sort surface ) screen side down. all around plastic screen you will see brackets with screws holding them on remove top,bottom,side bracket carefully put screen back in making sure the front side of screen is down replace brackets if plastic is not damaged should screen in place.reverse order of removal. remember alittle up then screen will slide down in groves doc
Posted on Aug 18, 2006
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