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Cob webs behind screen - Philips Magnavox 55P9271 55" Rear Projection Television

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The frame around the screen just pops off. Unscrew the plastic holders from the chassis frame and the screen will come off allowing you to clean everything inside easily. The "2" thin screens are easily cleaned and put back on easily also. Don't do what I did and think the screens go into the front slot of your plastic brace, they slide easily into the wider slot. You'll also be able to clean the dust from the reflector and guns with Windex. Much better picture after wards, trust me. You would be surprised how much dust may have accumulated on the lenses.

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You will need to remove the back panel over the circuitry then the top rear section of the unit which houses the mirror. Unplug the unit from the mains. Remove all screws in bottom section. You may need help with the next part, remove all screws in the top section and remove the section exposing the mirror and lenses. Using a soft cloth and general purpose cleaner (windex), spray cleaner onto cloth. Using a circular motion clean the lenses being careful not to move any adjustments. If the mirror is glass clean it the same way as the lenses. If the mirror is aluminum foil be very careful and do not put much pressure on it as it will tear easily. Clean any cobwebs with a sheep tail cleaner available at any walmart being careful not to bump any settings. Clean the rear of the screen the same way as the lenses. Never spray cleaner on any of the components, only spray the cloth. Reassemble the unit and clean the front of the screen. You are done and should have a much better looking picture. Hope this helps.

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