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Mitsubishi tv wd73735 - replaced the dpl chip but 2 tan pads , about 1/4 inch , attached to gray plactic clips need to be placed somewhere

They may be heat sensors. where do they go and how do i attach them thanks

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the front cover is easy to identify because is big and the power button at the center identify this big part. this big plastic 10 inches width and it is large as the tv all the way east to west in the bottom of the set. It is attach to the set with two screws. this two screws are find in the extreme of this front cover but in the back side. They looks as gray dimes (coins) actually you can use one dime to unscrew them. Ready!
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