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Cobwebbs between the screen and the screen protector

I have several cobwebs behind the screen protector on my 52 " rear projection tv .could someone tell me how to get acess to them.

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Re: cobwebbs between the screen and the screen protector

Hi pykeman,

I have successfully used a feather duster taped to a vacuum cleaner extension tube with duct tape. Remove the back panel of your projection television, then remove the the rectangular panel near the top over the chassis where the cabinet exposes the inside screen area. You will see the red, green, and blue CRT lenses. Insert the feather duster through this rectangular opening and sweep your cob webs away from the screen. Works for me every time.


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