Question about RCA P52960 52" Rear Projection Television
If your tv still works, then this will be worth it. Turn the set around and remove the screws that hold the particle backing on. From there, drain the high voltage from the flyback. You'll also need to be very careful not to damage the reflective piece inside. This can be removed also, but be very careful. If you loosen the chassis, you should be able to access the front plexiglass panel. If you have any doubts about doing any of this, please consider taking this in to someone who is certified. Remember: working on tv sets can be VERY dangerous. Especially if you don't know how to drain the 2nd anode. HIGH VOLTAGE!!!
Posted on May 24, 2009
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