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MANUALS & Instruction Books are On Line
The drivers & Books & manuals are more than likely on the manufacturers site.
They usually can be downloaded for currently available devices.
Search their support area for your specific model of device.
Try Google Search for a Manual or PDF File for the specific brand & model number.
Also check these Sites: www.retrevo.com .... Manuals www.office.manualsonline.com
Hello. Here are the steps to a perfect cleaning job:
Power down TV and unplug all cables attached to back of TV, including TV power cable. You never want to risk touching components inside the TV that could be hot, including a rear-projection bulb.
Unscrew and remove back cover of TV. Have someone help you if the TV is big or back cover is heavy. Most TVs will unscrew easily, but refer to your TV owners manual for specific instructions.
Locate and unscrew bulbs housing unit. Your owners manual can again be used to find specific instructions on how to properly unscrew bulbs housing unit.
Clean bulb with soft cloth and cotton swabs. Never let your bare hand touch the bulb. The oils on your hands can cause the bulbs to deteriorate prematurely. Be gentle with the cotton swabs to avoid breaking or cracking anything.
Reattach bulbs housing unit.
Reattach the back cover and have someone help you again if you needed help taking the back cover off.
This is common with plasmas actually. So long as the image fades and isn't a constant residual affect I wouldn't worry about it, but if it is constant and doesn't fade, its a sign of plasma burn out. The plasma in the tv has been active too long with one specific image or series of images.
Plasma televisions have been complained about because of this.