Question about Philips 55P8241 55" Rear Projection Television
I'd like to get to the innards of the optics to clean off the accumilated dust. I had the lower back off once but didn't pay any particular attention as to how I might access the guns to clean them. Are the guns coated with anything that might come off if I try to clean them? The unit is over six years old and I haven't had any problems with it.
On a Philips 55P8241 I would remove the lower grill, (just pops off), then remove the screws at the base of the screen and lift the screen off... Be VERY careful setting it down... You are then inside the main projection. Claen the mirror, cans and lenticular screen with windex and a soft paper towel and reverse the process putting it back together.. Good Luck Bill
Posted on Jun 11, 2007
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