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Removing the speaker grill from my Sony KP-53HS10

I'm trying to fix the red line problem on my Sony KP-53HS10 rear projector but I'm having difficulty removing the speaker grill thus allowing me access to the necessary component. Please help.

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There are two screws (1/4 in. philips) located in the lower left and right front of the cabinet near the floor. They may be concealed by a plastic overlay. It can be popped off with a small screwdriver.

Be careful!

michtech

Posted on Feb 13, 2009

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