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Where is the "little blue button" on Hitachi rear projection TV?

I have an Hitachi 53UDX10 rear projection TV that is stuck in the screen that consists of 9 cross hairs (I got there after a ROM save error trying to adjust color convergence misalignment from the service menu). The 52" screen of this TV sits on a "pedestal" that houses the speakers. I read some other threads here that for some Hitachi models I should remove the front panel to access a "little blue" reset button that gets me out of the cross-hairs mode and back to the service menu, but there are no screws in the base of the front of this TV that would let me remove it. Does anyone know where that reset button would be on this model? Is it behind one of the back panels?

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  • Robert Katman Dec 29, 2008

    To answer my own question, the "little blue" reset button on the
    53UDX10 is on the convergence board which theoretically should be
    accessable from the front left side behind the speaker panel, as it is
    on other Hitachi sets. I reached it from the rear of the set while I
    had the back cover off and the set unplugged. But I still don't know
    how to get the front panel speaker cover off to access this reset
    button while the set is on. There are no screws visible. Is this panel
    clipped on? I've tried tugging at it without success. Any help would be
    appreciated because I'm still stuck in the service screen with the 9
    cross hairs.





  • Robert Katman Jan 07, 2009

    More answer(s) to my question: The entire front panel (including the
    L&R speaker covers) of the 53UDX10B is held on by plastic clips. I
    tugged on the upper left hand corner of the speaker cover with my
    fingertips, and it came loose. Then I pried off the rest of it with my
    fingers. That revealed a plywood panel that served as a front cover for
    the circuit board area and that was held by 5 screws. I removed those,
    and that plywood panel came off, giving access to the insides of the TV
    from the front. Hope this helps someone down the line. BTW, the "little
    blue button" is on the front side of the convergence board which sits
    to the far left as viewed from the front of this TV set.







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