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Purple blotches on Mitsubishi WD 52527

I have purple blotches on my screen. I replaced the lamp, but they are still there. Is there a way to get to the lenses or mirrors to clean. If so, how do you remove the front screen panel. I removed all the screws around the frame, but there is still something holding it on. Any suggestions? Or should I not be trying to clean inside?

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Yes you can clean it. i clean mine all the time. after you remove the screws at the bottom you should be able to just lift it up. it will be hard be cause there is sticky tape with a hinge that the hole screen sould just lift off. i know it doesnt feel like it but it will. just do one side at a time. now the problem with the purple spots are because you move a speaker to close to the front of the tv the was not shielded and cause it to do this. you can move the tv so that the earths magnetic field will restore it for you. make sure the tv is not plugged in when you move it for 2 to 3 days . after the 2 to 3 days plug tv back in and leave on for 2 hours. after this you can move it back and plug back in. this should fix it. if not you will need it to be degoudged. tv repair center can do this at your home. hope this help you.... thanks eddy

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