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Cleaning the inside of the front screen

Projection TV model 52-G886. We knew there were a couple of dead bugs inside the screen, but now after remodeling the room we can see lines that float, assuming they are dust webs. Would like to know if anyone has been successful in cleaning this on their own. Thanks.
DEB and DAN B

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  • JettBoy Nov 19, 2007

    TV is a JVC HD-ILA

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    Ivan Johnson Dec 13, 2007

    to clean your screen,you take a small door off that is on the left side of your tv.Remove the screw that holds the door and slide the door towards the rear of the tv,unplug the tv and take a swifter duster with the extension handle.You can reach all the way accross the screen and clean the lense,That is the thing that looks like a glass ball,be carful not to damage anything.plug the tv in,and on,Repeat this if needed.You can spray some window cleaner on your swifter if you have smoke residue,you will have to cange yor swifter until you get clean(make sure everything is dry before turning on).

  • ms_toniecej Dec 21, 2008

    i have a jvc hd-52g886. where are the screws located to take the back panel off?

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It's not hard but is time consuming

You'll have to pull the front of the unit off to clean the inside. This includes taking out the screw that are open normally and there should be about 4 screws that are behind the bottom-back panel.

When you open the unit just be sure you get it clean the first time and don't leave any stray fingerprints on the glass. And don't touch the projection lens at all. Use compressed air to blow it off but I wouldn't recommend cleaning it unless it is just filthy and the canned air doesn't work for you.

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