Question about Toshiba 65H80 65" Rear Projection Television
THERE IS A BETTER WAY TO DO THIS THEN REMOVING THE SCREEN--IT CAN BE DONE BUT UNLESS YOU KNOW EXACTLY WHAT YOU ARE DOING YOU COULD DAMAGE THE SCREEN.
Here is what I would suggest checking out first.
1) With the set unplugged remove the back cover.
2) With the cover off if you can see the three large black lens---and have enough room---get a swiffer type duster on a rod and carefully reach up inside from the back to get all the webs out.
3) If this works---it is also a good idea to wipe the three lens clean of any dust--do not remove the lens--it is not needed--you can clean then with a paper towel with glass clean sprayed on it--they are glass not plastic.
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Posted on Nov 15, 2009
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