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Removal of protection screen mitsubishi ws55819 rear projection

How do you remove the protection screen. where to find a new protection screen. the old screen was scratched very deeply

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  • cbmb95 Jan 12, 2009

    would you know where to get a replacement protective screen. mitsubishi states they dont make it or have any more in stock. this piece of lexan has a purple uv tint to it and the glass company can not find the lexan.

  • cbmb95 Jan 12, 2009

    yes i see how both methods work as far taking out the screen. thank you. is the piece of lexan you have from this model tv ws55819 and how much for the part

  • cbmb95 Jan 12, 2009

    THANK YOU ILL GIVE IT A SHOT

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I'M A 30 YR SERVICE TECH.
ON THE LEFT AND RIGHT SIDE OF THE SCREEN THERE IS A BLACK STRIP OF PLASTIC. SLIDE A CREDIT CARD OR SCREW DRIVER IN BETWEEN THE SCREEN AND THE STRIP (CAREFUL NOT TO SCRATCH THE SCREEN) AND REMOVE THE STRIP. USE SCREW DRIVE AT THE MID POINT OF THE SIDE OF THE SCREEN TO BOW SCREEN OUT AND REMOVE SCREEN.
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You will need to pull the bottom of the unit off, this is just a snap on speaker grille across the bottom... then you will remove the screws across the bottom of the grey frame holding the screen... un plug the 2 plugs going to the control panel buttons, lift UP then OUT and it will come off.. once off, lay face down on a blanket and you can remove the frame screws INSIDE to pull out the protective screen. I took mine off to stop all of the glare problems. Also, while you have the screen off, clean your mirror and lenses since they will be easily accessible.. windex will do the job well, just make sure not to leave a bunch of lint from paper towels!

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    Josh Crager Jan 12, 2009

    I have one here, but you dont HAVE to have the tinted lexan, clear would work perfectly fine.. Also, the method that was mantioned below mine works as well, and is actually the way mitsubishi says to do it, but you risk marring up the plastic surrounding of the screen doing it that way..

  • Josh Crager
    Josh Crager Jan 12, 2009

    Im sorry, mine is the 65 inch, not the 55 inch... any class shop should be able to cut you a piece of lexan or acrylic <-(harder to scratch) if you bring them the old piece, or measurements.

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