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Front Panel inadvertently got pulled out of its mounting.

How do I get it back in to position so it will work correctly again? Now it will either stay open in a stuck position or if I shut it, it will be locked closed. Thanks for the help! Note: None of the parts appear to be broken and the TV is still functioning correctly.

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