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Toshiba TN50X81 Lens Cleaning

I got this tv, works perfect But I need to clean the lenses and I do not know how to take the front screen to access the projectors. Anybody knows how to doit. Thanks in advance.

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Your both wrong sorry i just did this 2 mine. You remove ur speaker covers and there will be 4 screws remove those on each side. Then take off the bottom. Then there will be 4 screws holding the screen on at the bottom remove those. Grab the screen on both sides and slide up and out to remove the screen. U can now see the color projectors and the mirror. Dust them with a dry cloth first and be careful not 2 scratch them. Then clean with a damp cloth with dishwashing liquid and dry good and look 4 streaks. Put everything back 2getha and enjoy

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Usally access from rear panel, unplug and only wipe the lens with feather duster. do not mechanically move the projection tubes or you will effect the convergence of the 3 colors

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You dont take the front off there are screws around the baclk of the TV that once undone will allow the upper plastic area to push in giving you access to the projector guns

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