Question about Toshiba TP50G50 50" Rear Projection Television

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Need to replace screen

How do I get the front off of a Toshiba TP50G50 so I can replace a cracked screen?

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    How do you take the screen off?

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The screen on my toshiba tp50g50 is cracked. where can I get a replacement screen?

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The front speaker grille on the set is removable. Under the grille, just below the bottom of the screen, will be six screws. Remove these screws and then gently pull the bottom of the screen towards you; it will swing away from the set. Then, lift the screen gently to remove it. Be careful not to damage or rip out the control cable connecting the front panel buttons to the rest of the set!

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It should just pull off then there will be screw holding the screen.

Posted on Dec 05, 2007

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SOURCE: need to remove front screen from toshiba TP50G50

There is a way to remove entire front screen with the frame----BUT there is a easier way to do this.

With set unplugged remove rear cover---wipe the lens you see there first--light source for picture. With a Swiffer type duster carefully reach up and in and get all the webs out.

Use no force if up against the inside of the screens as that may scratch them---much faster, safer, and easier than removing screen unit from front and avoids possible damage.

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There is a way to remove entire front screen with the frame----BUT there is a easier way to do this.

With set unplugged remove rear cover---wipe the lens you see there first--light source for picture. With a Swiffer type duster carefully reach up and in and get all the webs out.

Use no force if up against the inside of the screens as that may scratch them---much faster, safer, and easier than removing screen unit from front and avoids possible damage.

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