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Re: Model WD57731 Plastic Cover on Screen Cracked
Take it to home depot and have the cut one to the same dimensions you will have to paint the board on it but its still cheaper than one from mits it just clips off you have to remove the corners on the top of screen
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This model has a geometry mirror that is lies in the front of the cabinet. It is dirty and needs cleaned. Remove the middle front plastic cover, between the screen frame and speaker cover. Remover the screen frame, disconnecting the harness (4 screws are behing that middle cover ;). Clean the mirror and reassemble. Wipe the lens while you are in there and do not touch the big mirror... you'll really have a mess if you do. Also, use caution not to put pressure on that little mirror as you clean it, you'll mess up the geometry and end up with a trapezoidal picture.
Please put back lamp cover, the last plastic grille that were removed to replace lamp in TV.
TV sense that lamp cover is not either put back or not fixed properly so it wont turn On. Check lamp cover and problem will be solved.
There are several parts distributors in the US that supply parts for Hitachi TV's You can try Herman Electronics, Tritronics and PAC parts, all have websites. Be prepared for the cost: a new screen will be in the $300-$400 range. It's not just a piece of ordinary plastic; it's actually two pieces of specially designed plastic designed to disperse the light evenly, called a lenticular and a fresnel.