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Mirror Installation We were given this enormous t.v. and could not fit it in the 60+ year old house we live in with tight corners and small openings, without removing the back, which we did, not knowing that the back secures the mirror. The mirror fell (but didn't break). We don't have a manual and don't know if it is possible, but we need to find a way to remove the screen to reinstall the mirror. Sadly, the only way this t.v. is going to come out of the house is in pieces, so we would really like to find a way to make it work. Any advice would be greatly appreciated!

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You need to remove the two strips one on top and one on bottom of the plastic frame on the front of your tv. They can be easily flip up with a small screw driver. After removing the strip, you will see screws that hold the frame to the TV set, remove all of them then take the metal strip off. remove the frame, the protective cover, then remove the screen. The mirror then need to be sit on the slot of the back cover then hold it with the 3 brackets on the top on the inside of the rear cover.

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