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I have a bug behind my jvc flat screen tv

How to remove front panel and are the screws that are on the bottom , need to be taken out

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This is a very delicat job and menny screws i recomend sumone that has had expirence with lcd and plasma to do the job for you.

if you desid to do it your self be very caiful and remove all ribon cables to main pcb and power supply also cables to the inverter compleat disassembly to get to front of screen is required.
hope this helps you.
regards.
daniel.

Posted on Jan 13, 2009

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