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You should be able to take the screen off and the top black plastic shroud that holds the mirror off to transport it.
1) To do this, you will pull the speaker grill cover off on the front bottom.
2) I think there are four screws at the bottom of the screen holding the bottom in place. Use a 1/4" socket.
3) Disconnect the wire harness going to the screen by squeezing the tab on the connector - very easy to do.
4) Remove all the screws on the black plastic shroud - about 8 of them. Have someone hold your screen and gently lift the screen off. The black shroud I think still has some screws holding it in place that become visible once you lift the screen off.
5) Once the screen is off, there should be a set of screws that are holding the shroud down. Remove those and gently put the shroud on the floor where the mirror cannot get damaged.
6) Installation is reverse of the above.
Note: This would be a good time to clean the mirror and tops of the CRT bulbs. It will make your picture much nicer if it hasn't been done. Use a non streaking glass cleaner on the mirror and bulbs. For the screen, just wipe it down, don't spray it with glass cleaner.
Then remove the speaker grills. At the bottom of the screen there should be approximately 8 -10 +/- screws. Remove these screws and the screen should lift right off. Before unhooking the screen at the top, be sure to check that no sensors are attached to screen assembly and have a friend hold the screen while you unhook the two connector plugs that go into the back of the screen.
SPEAKER GRILLE Removal
Pull the SPEAKER-GRILLE away from the cabinet to remove.
1) Remove 10 screws (a) from the upper cabinet rear cover (3 screws on each side and 4 screws across the
2) Remove screws (b) along the bottom of the SCREEN-ASSY (8 screws on 52 inch models, and 12 screws
on 62 inch models),
3) Unplug the LL connector to the front CONTROL-PANEL.
4) Lift the SCREEN-ASSY up slightly and then pull away from the cabinet.
CABINET FRONT DISASSEMBLY
Pull off the two speaker grills. They will seem like they are going to break but they'll snap out. You'll then see the 8 screws that hold the plastic lower facing in place. (4 on each side) Once you remove the facing, you can see the 4-6 screws that attach the screen assembly at the bottom of the screen. Once you've removed them, you simply place a hand along the left anf right edge of the screen assembly and pull up. This will pull the screen assembly off the plastice hooks inside the cabinet that hold the screen assy. in place. You can now clean the mirror and lens assys. You can use windex on the mirror but many projection TVs have plastic lenses so use a prepared solution from a video store or make your own with luke warm water and a couple drops of dish washing liquid. Don't get the lens too wet, so that water drips onto other parts of the TV.
usually you need to remove the speaker grille then you will notice a few screws in the lower screen frame remove thos screws then grab the screen frame and slide up wards to disengage the clips that hold the screen assembly on.
You were in the right place going at it from the front. After removing the grill the bottom edge of the screen has a series of screws holding the lower edging down. Remove the screws and gently but firmly work the sides of the screen frame up to unlatch the top. When you have the screen/frame in your hand just be careful not to go to far with it - wires attaching the panel controls are still attached and don't have a lot of extra length.
Clean the cans, mirror and reverse area of the lenticular screen and re-assemble.
first of all wally heres what to look for. remove speaker grill not sure of your model. speaker grill should pop off. then you will see screws holding the large plastic screen assembly. noww if you look there might be a group of wires going up to screen,they will be atatched to small plugs unplug them, remove small screws on bottom of screen assembly, entire plastic screen assembly will first slide up then pull away put assembly flat on floor (don't scratch screen put on carpit or sort surface ) screen side down. all around plastic screen you will see brackets with screws holding them on remove top,bottom,side bracket carefully put screen back in making sure the front side of screen is down replace brackets if plastic is not damaged should screen in place.reverse order of removal. remember alittle up then screen will slide down in groves