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Philips 32RF50 s How do I take the whole back off?

How do you take the chassis off of the t.v I have taken 5 screws out. Is there a site I can go to as I have to repair the Ir receiver.

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  • Babettee Feb 17, 2008

    thanks so much. I have the sides loose but the bottom just will not come loose.

    With your suggestion it should work.

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Put the tube face down on a towel, remove all screws on backside and pull rear cover straight up. There may be clips that retain the rear cover so you may have to push in on the sides to unhook from front cover.

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