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Hitachi 53UDX 10B 53in Rear Projection

Need to clean the back side of the screen where dust and cob webs have accumulated. How do I remove the screen?  Thanks for help.  Steve

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Re: Hitachi 53UDX 10B 53in Rear Projection

Steve, easier and safer to remove back panels, remove bottom back cover then remove top back cover, be advised the top cover has a giant mirror on the inside so it will be heavy and easy to break, use 2 people to remove it, this way you can get at the inside and clean the mirror at the same time, hope this helps and Happy New Year, BMW Rider

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