I have a JVC 56" TV,and I want to clean the inside screens and lamps,when the teck guy did it he unscrewed a few screws and wiped the inside out and was done. Does anyone know how to do this ????
You need to unscrew the base first. There's three screws on the back
edge on either side that need to be removed (standard Phillips
screwdriver will do). Then gently pull the front cover off. It's
clipped in place along the top edge (just below the screen) in two
places on either side of the power button; gently pulling the side back
will release it.
When that's off there's several screws along the sides & top of the
upper front bezel that need to be removed as well, just like with the
lower section. The difference is that there's also some screws around
the power button panel that need to be removed as well. These are
smaller, and if I remember correctly, there's either five or six of
them. Removing these also means the that power button panel will be
loose. The screen will come off in one piece, but be careful... The
two bottom corners fit over some support rods, so you'll need to pull
it further out before you try to lift it up or sideways.
And be doubly careful about that screen. There's three sheets that
make it up; the outer, glossy protective screen, the middle, grey
lenticular screen and the inner screen. The inner screen is the most
easily damaged. I know - I damaged mine and now need a replacement.
This inner screen has extremely small circular groves on the
front-facing side and horizontal grooves on the rear-facing, or
now-exposed, side. Use a very soft cloth - microfiber preferably - and
wipe from side to side to avoid damaging the fine grooves. You'll
probably want to do this with the screen vertical so no new fresh dust
falls on it before you put it back on. I'd also recommend removing any
jewelry or wrist watches, or anything else that could pose even a
remote scratch hazard; the grooves on this screen are extremely
Replacing the screen is just a simple matter of reversing the steps above.
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