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Mirror i had my tv mirror cleaned a year ago but now there are dust fragments on it since we moved and the warranty is out. i cant afford to have it cleaned again but i am very mechanicaly inclined. can you please explain the procedure of cleaning the mirror on my wd-62327 mitsubishi dlp tv!thanks in advanceshawn wingo

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There is black insulating foam that surrounds the projector and it may be displaced to one side.This leaves about an 1 inch opening around the projector lens and that could be the source of the problem,dust being blown into the compartment with the mirrors.
Cleaned the mirrors really well and used double stick tape to reattach the foam to the plastic frame and this will closed off the opening that maybe letting the dust into the mirrored area of the TV.

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