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Front cover removal on Panasonic CT-36HL42C

The video 4 inputs are not working. I am trying to remove the cover to access them. There are slots to pry, but seems extremely difficult. I do not want to break it. And I missing something, such as a sett screw.

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You have to remove the entire rear case to access the video input(s) panel. There are quite a few screws. Be careful when removing the case because there is an internal wire connected from the inside back of enclosure to the main power board.

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