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Dust buildup behind the screen

I can see dust like string in the corners.

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Remove speaker girll.No screws to remove grill just pull off.At the bottom of the screen frame you will see 4 1/4 inch screws.Remove screws and lift screen straight up.Clean cob webs and clean off lenses.I do not reccomend cleaning the mylar mirror.It is very delicate and you will scratch it.You can use windex to clean lenses.Good luck.

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