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Wd 52525 52 in dlp tv screen needs cleaned

Hi guys i need help !!! i have a mitsubishi wd 52525 52 in dlp tv screen needs cleaned on the back side of the screen !!!! i put a new filter in and a new lamp cartridge . but i want to clean the inside of the screen too. with out takin the tv all apart . ure info would be grateful .ty

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All you have to do is, take the 12 screws out from around the screen, from the back, there are also like 4 of them on the front, but usually , you can just lean the screen out far enough to use a swifer sweeper in there, and the dust isnt going to be on the back of the screen, it will be on the projecter, do the screen while the tv is on, then you will realy see the dust on the projecter

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