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Mitsubishi TV rear projection (Model ?)

I would like to remove the screen and cleam the lamp lenses. Note on bottom of screen says. "Remove relay connector before removing screen so relay connector will not enter rear of screen" How does one do that? Don't see any connectors or wires in speaker area.

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Re: Mitsubishi TV rear projection (Model ?)

No worries = generic note applies to more than one model....
Note:Use no cleaner on screen / lens caps = dry soft cloth....T.

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Relay Connector on Mitsubishi TV

IF IT IS A WS-55511 what you are reading is with the speaker grill removed--there will be one or two sets of wires coming from the front keyboard--before you remove the entire screen assembly you need to follow them to the right and unplug both plugs.

The screen assembly will have about 5 screws at the bottom edge--with both plugs free and the screws removed you pull up and lift the screen about 4 inches and pull it off--if you have questions ask before you attempt to remove the screen unit--tell me also why you want to remove it.

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