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Need to disassemble the unit.

I am trying to remove the casing from ths product, but finding it difficult to do. It seems that the large tires also need to be removed, but with finesse. Once I remove these tires I can get at the screws on the lower part of the case. The TV fell of a dresser, and it seems that the power cord has been pulled out from its connection internal. This is why I'd like to skin the unit so I can inspect what's going on.

thanks for you help in advance.

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The lug nuts on the tires are plastics caps that hid three screws I was looking for to remove the tires. Once I removed the tires there were 2 screws on each side that I needed to undo and the chassis was gently nursed off.

Upon open the chassis I noticed that the plug wire had a harness on the "business end, it it was disconnected from the circuit board where it "plugged in". Once I plugged it in and then teste to see if the set would turn back on everything was working fine.

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