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Removing chassis for carry to repair shop

I was told the chassis could be taken to the shop. How do I go about removing it?

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  • lindason Oct 04, 2007

    I was told it is "easy" to take the chassis out of my Tv to carry to the shop for repair. How do I do this?



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Its called the light box and it secured by 4-6 screws from front and rear of the chassis frame assy./when you locate these screws that secure the frame it will pull out from the rear,caution don't break the front harness to the control panel assy. pull off the front and you will see how the chassis is supported to the tv frame and also remove the rear panel ,look at the metal frame as a box.

Posted on Dec 01, 2007


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