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Spider web inside tv

We have a spider web between the screen and the glass. It actually moves while your watching tv. Is there anyway I can remove it?

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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

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