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How to remove the back from Insignia NS-32LCD?

My mother's Insignia NS-32LCD won't turn on after she got a static shock trying to turn it off. The Insignia light alternates between red and blue, like many other visitors to this website have reported. I am trying to follow some of the reccommendations on this site regarding the capacitors or power board, but I can't get the back of the TV off. Does anyone who has done this have step by step instructions they can offer on removing the back first of all, and maybe instructions on replacing the power board? I'm more concerned about getting the back off first.

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  • Bonnie Shumaker
    Bonnie Shumaker Feb 04, 2009

    Do I unscrew all the screws around the perimeter on the back side of the screen, around the outer edges?

  • Anonymous Mar 19, 2014

    I change those two board's and still won't turn on

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I unscrewed all the screws in the back, detached the tv from the base, and was able to get the back off. I ordered a new power supply board and will install it to see if it fixes the problem with the tv (won't turn on, insignia light alternates between red and blue). I didn't notice any problems with "swollen" capacitors, so if the new power board fixes the problem I'll update this website.

Posted on Jan 28, 2009

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