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Exploded view diagram

Where can i find and exploded view diagram of a sony rear projection tv?  a friend needs his lenses cleaned and there might be cobwebs inside of it.  i've taken many rear proj tvs apart to install screen shields, but want to make sure that i don't mess his up, since he's my chiropractor and could really mess me up if i goof.  (not that he would, but i'd rather not damage this particular tv.)

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1) Remove rear cover. Slide out pressed-board light shield.
2) Remove any cobwebs behind screens-(soft cloth on pole)
3) wipe lens caps with soft cloth
4) re-assemble

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