Question about Mitsubishi VS-6041 60" Rear Projection Television
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Posted on Jul 11, 2009
1st TV is cool, 2nd Remove the Front lower speaker cover by pulling left and right ends toward the front there are upper and lower plastic hold pegs on each side 3rd remove the panel located between speakers 4th remove All screws out of plastic control cover located just below channel,volume ect... 5th remove anything on top of the VS-60705 DVD,VCR,Cable boxes est.... 6th gently lift each top corner of Plastic Screen Frame. take note: there are 2 pegs at the middle of each side of the screen frame and 3 hook mounts at the top of Screen Frame. The top Hook Mounts flex wraps around top Screen cover, where the side hooks just rest on the TV housing. 7th Lift frame up and the Screen Frame Releases and place on Ground in front of TV. Remember The Screen is PLEXI GLASS and if you remove the Frame and allow Screen to bend it will BRAKE and you are Totally Screwed....!!!! So just be nice and do not Bend, Walk On, Drop Tools or Hammers onto...!!! 8th Remove Rear Dust Access Cover Screws Remove Cover 9th Get Wet/Dry Vac and Use A Clean Paint Brush and began to Brush Circut Boards while Blowing The Dust Out and Off of TV. Clean Inside Projector Lens With Glass Clean, I spray onto Soft Cloth and then Clean inside of Projection Miorror I use Paper towls and then inside of Screen Sitting on Floor 10th I put the Front Screen Back on ready to mount but i take and blow any dust off with vac and then lower Fame back onto mounts making sure the 3 top flex mounts lock and frame is flush with TV case,Replace screws next, then middle panel back on then speaker covers pushes back into Mount Plugs. 11th I then got to rear and wipe off the Projector Lens one last time and put the rear dust cover back on....Cresto" wow like brand new"....make sure you brush dust off because moisture loves dust and then makes a unwanted Ground and POW something just Smoked...!!!! hope this helps anyone out MERRY CHRISTMAS" ....Our Savior IS BORN Happy Birthday JESUS"
Posted on Dec 17, 2009
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