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Cleaning the INSIDE of a rear projection tv - Panasonic PT-51G35

How does one open the case for the Panasonic PT-51G35 rear projection tv safely - I need to clean ouy the dust and cobwebs- the tv is great otherwise- I don't want to break it trying to clean it

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  • Anonymous Feb 11, 2008

    Sony kp57hw40 I have spider webs and would like to know how to clean everything inside the TV. Can I just take off the front screen and clean everything up inside?

  • Anonymous Mar 01, 2009

    picture is fuzzy also picture is not level

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Its better to see any experts near you,its risk your tv.

Posted on Oct 30, 2007

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Hi, Your TV does not use lamp. It has three tubes, red, green and blue. Probably one of the tubes are defective. Yoke can also be a defective. Perhaps the mirror can be very dirty. There are several solutions, depending on how you see the image. take back cover off the TV and see if it's dirty mirror and projectors, can be cleaned, otherwise, you need technical assistance from a TV shop to have no future problems. Any further questions , I will be here.

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Same here...


Try cleaning off the dust inside the set.
Remove the back panel. Blow out the dust using compressed air.
Then vacuum.
Do not blow inside the fan on the right.

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If you dropped the set you have probably cracked the circuit board around the Fylback transformer or other places on the board. You should get a technician to look it over.

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