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Dark blotches behind the screen

Just recently, I've noticed several dark blotches of varying color on the screen. It's literally all over the screen when I'm watching TV. I'm thinking that it's just dirty behind the screen, and if I was able to remove the screen I could clean it. Can someone please tell me how to remove the screen on this TV? Thank you.

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Re: dark blotches behind the screen

Sorry MrSifter, I have never tried to remove the screen.

Posted on Jan 28, 2008

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Re: dark blotches behind the screen

When I had this problem with my 52525 I cleaned the bulb with a lint free cloth. The dark blotches went away.

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