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Cobwebs in between screan and protector

I have a few cobebs in between my flat screen and the protector I cant find a way to remove the protector to clean please help

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Try this: The bottom cover of the TV, with the speaker grills, pulls out. It is usually held in plave with little rubber or velcro holders. Grab the left and right sides and tug outward and it should pop off. With the cover off you will see the screws under the protector, holding it in place. Remove those screws and the protector should slide upward and then outward.

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