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Hitachi 43fdx01b Cleaning

I have a bunch of little moths flying around inside my TV. What is the easiest way to get inside, take care of the moths and clean the lights and mirrors in the process?

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  • needtawrite Nov 05, 2007

    Do you know of or have a guide showing which screws/clamps to remove to get to the inside?

  • needtawrite Nov 05, 2007

    So, do you know of or have a guide to show me which screws/clams to remove to get inside?



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No such thing as easy on this set. Get ready to expend a bit of labor to get the job done right. Use caution on the optics of your set as there are many mirrors and lenses that are polycarbonate instead of glass.....accordianman

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