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I want to take the screen off but i cant get the back off

I have a blotch on the bottom left corner of my tv and i would like detailed instrutions for removal of the screen and cleaning.

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Unplug TV, let it set unpluged for maybe a half hour or more (Just for safety) Pop off the speaker covers in the front of your TV, then remove the four screws under each cover, this will will remove the bottem face plate between the two speaker covers, then under that you find (I think four) more screws to remove just under the screen. Now if it is a BIG screen find someone to help you slide the screen up about two inches so that it will be released from the hooks on the inside. The screen is not at all heavy ( less than 5-10 Lb's) just flimsy and aqward. The screen is just a plastic frame holding two very thin plastic screens, one is a magnifing glass the other is vertical lines. If you must remove these from the frame,then as you remove the screen frame from the TV lay it face down and then remove the screws from the inside of the frame, Pay close attention to the way they come out if you put either one of them in backwards it will distort your picture and you will have to do the whole thing over again. The whole thing should only need a philips screwdriver and a half hour of time. GOOD LUCK.

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