I managed to take all the screws off around the television, but when I get to the bottom, I have a difficult time removing it. Does anyone know how to take the fron of this television off without damaging it? Help!!!! If you have a diagram or know where I can get a diagram of this TV please include that.
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hello my name is rico i work on tvs sometimes. you need to remove trhe screws around the back of screen and the front of the tv, need to remove front panel screws around. please feel free call me if you needd more help with this problem. my phone number is 602-810-7149
2 types. If wooden top rail of screen surround: remove end screws of top rail by removing caps over screws on upper front sides. Remove the two screws. Remove top wooden screen bezel piece. Now pull up and out screens.
If sceen surround is plastic one-piece all-around: remove speaker grill board. Remove screws along lower front of screen bezel. Pull bottom of screen bezel out a 1/2 inch. Lift up on screen bezel to remove entire screen assembly.
Start by taking off the front bottom cover, usually they have screws way at the bottom one on each corner, then uncrew the screen usually there is 3 screws at bottom of screen pull up and out on the screen the screen has small screws in the inside all the way around take them off once you reached screen take it out and split it in half clean it with dry rag then put everything back together exactly the way u took it off before you screw the screen back clean the projectors with dry rag and the mirror with windex or any glass cleaning product.
Why not remove the screen assy and see if you can clean it?
Remove the speaker grill assy and remove the screws along the bottom edge of the screen assy. Pull the screen assy up and off and lay it on a clean sheet with the outside of the screen assy face down. Remove the screws that fasten the screen bracket assys in place and remove the screen brackets.
Your TV actually has either 2 or 3 screens. You can carefully lift them off the screen frame. Separate them and clean them using a solution of luke warm water and a few drops of dish washing liquid on a soft cloth towel. Wipe immediately with a dry towel. ( be sure to note the order the screens are in and keep the smae side of each screen as it was originally. By the way, replacing the screens is expensive. The 2 that do the work, the lenticular screen and the fresnel lens can cost up to $300 a piece, the third, a clear, protective screen can cost $100-150.
You can remove the screen by removing the screws around the perimter of the screen, from the rear on the top and sides, and from the front on the bottom.
Here is a PDF with the instructions.
Hope that helps! Good luck!
To remove the protection screen and lens from my Hitachi model 53SDX89BA:
1) Remove the speaker cover from the bottom. It is attached by velcro.
2) Remove the 4 screws on 4 plastic tabs on the bottom of the screen frame.
3) Remove the 4 screws on the 4 metal tabs on the bottom beneath the screen frame.
4) Pry the bottom corners loose with a wide blade screw driver and work both sides of the screen frame away from the case from the bottom up. CAUTION: The top does not snap away as the sides do. When the sides are loose let the screen frame hang down vertical and lift the screen frame straight up.
5) The protection screen and the lens will come off together.
When reinstalling the screen frame perform the steps in reverse. Be careful when resnapping the frame back onto the case - there are two small wooden support blocks on the bottom. Don't try to force the frame back on until you are sure the bottom of the frame clears these block. You may find it easier just to remove them temporarily until the frame is reattached.
Very difficult to get into this unit. The front bottom metal grill pops off, but it is on very tight and requires some prying to get it off. Then the plastic grill right above it must also be popped off. Once these are both off there are several screws in the bottom of the screen assy. to remove and all of the screws around the back side of the screen assy must be removed. after all of the screws are remove the screen assy can fall right off, so make sure to hold it in place while last screws are removed. Now when removeing the screen assy it is bulky and requires two hanlers. While slowly pullint it forward there are a few plugs that must be disconnected. You now have access to the inside of the screen, the lens, and the mirror for cleaning. This is not an easy job and I reccomend a service professional.
The fresnel screen itself would cost about $300 if that is damaged. If it is an additional screen covering it, then I would expect it to cost about half that price. I'm not sure however if it can be easily removed. Sometimes it's a friction fit, other times it can be a real chore. You may want to contact a local repair shop to do it.