Question about Mitsubishi VS-60705 60" Rear Projection Television
Do not take black box apart the front screen will lift up but do this gently and if you take the frame off the screen make sure you do not allow to bend it is plexie GLASS and will BRAKE if you need to support it put a chair in front with a pillow for the screen to sit on....be slow take your time remember to blow out dust before cleaning miorror and projectors lens then blow out just before putting front screen back, then wipe the lens again last before putting dust cover back on the lower rear.
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