Question about NEC-Mitsubishi Nec Display Solutions MultiSync LCD4610 46 in. HDTV-Ready Television
Without a model number the following may not be correct, but, since most rear projection televisions (Not DLP or LCD) are: Pull off the speaker grill. There is two sets of wires coming from the screen going to the inside of the set through the access door (4 screws). Sometimes the plugs for these wires are on the outside of the access door and sometimes they are inside of it. Follow the wires. Unplug them. Usually 5 screws are attached to the bottom of the screen, remove them. Slide the screen up a bit and pull foward. Screen is removed. Look at the way the screens are attached to each other and assemble them in that same exact way. If you don't then the picture will be dark. Normally screens have a sticker on them in one of the corners, put the screen back with the sticker in the same place. When replacing screens, use as clean as enviorment as possible. Pet hair getting in between them will show when the set is turned on. We use surgical gloves when touching screens since getting finger prints off of them is nearly impossible. This job can be done by one person, but, it is best done with two people. This concludes my tutorial on screen replacement.
Posted on Jul 01, 2007
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