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How to remove front panel of JVC HD56FC97

Anyone know how to remove front panel of JVC HD56FC97? I need to clean the dust off mirror. Can't seem to locate the manual for this tv.

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wd-52525 This is a DLP, I dont suggest taking it apart to clean anything, this is what we call a MICRO display, the imaging device is about 1" square and blown up 50X to the size of the pix you watch, anytime anyone I know has taken stuff appart where the mirror is at has ended up worse off, you say that there is dust on the mirror, what does it look like in your picture? If the spots are quarter size or so and fuzzy edges the dust is inside the lightengine and you want a factory cleanroom to service the LE, the one thing I think you can safely do is pull the lamp and check for dust on it as it can cause issues in pix, other than that I dunno what to tell you, hope this info helps.

Posted on Jul 09, 2007

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SOURCE: HD-56G787 JVC HD-ILA Help me clean the mirror!

pop the front strip under frnt of screen off. remove screws around back edge off screen and under the frnt of th screen. Usa a micro fiber cloth to clen screen.

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Turn tv off and unplug it. Take the access door off either side of the tv. Use a dust cleaning tool like a swiffer with an extension (or make one). Clean off lens (most likely the problem). I have the same thing that happens to my JVC 61". You can use a vacuum with extension if your VERY careful.

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