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TV Screen My daughter sprayed the TV with a spray bottle and now the screen is black in the corners. I tried to take it off to wipe down the inside but I can't figure out how to get it off. I have taken out all the screws that I can find but it's still somehow connected towards the bottom. I think the model is Mitsubishi WD-62531.

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There should be 2 to 4 screws, depending on the model, to take out on the bottom of the screen assembly, then you lift the entire screen up and pull it out towards you. Good Luck

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