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Phillips hd 55 inch

Behind my screen protector i see spiderwebs hanging and a dead spider. i dont know if it's directly behind the screen saver or in the back of the tv and its just the projection making it look like it's right there in the front of tv.

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It could be either place probably on the back of the screen itself. If it were on the picture tubes it would be big. You'll have to take the back off and check it. Stargazer

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