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Cleaning JVC rear projection screen (behind cover)

How do I clean out the cobwebs that have shown up behind the cover of viewing screen of my JVC 48 inch rear projection tv?

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  • whitebuffalo Apr 08, 2008

    it suddenly started showing shadows of double red and green and now it won't go away

  • Anonymous May 06, 2008

    I ahve the same issue. My tv has cobwebs across the screen. How can I get them ot of there? Thanks!

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You will have to do some dissassembling of the cabinet to remove the screen and bezel assembly. If you are will to do this I can give you the directions.

Posted on May 11, 2008

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Cobwebs inside screen


you need to take the top back off the tv. and mind the glass at the top of the rear part top it is very fragile, most of the projection tv have a side cover on each side so you can clean the rear of the screen, as you not said what type screen you have i cannot tell you further.

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Can the front cover be removed for cleaning?


yes normally its just small clips that are resealable used to hold it on as for maintenance it requires exposing the light bulbs


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Mitsubishi VS50609 has cobwebs behind the ribbed screen and I need to know how to remove the ribbed screen, I already removed the clear cover smooth cover. Sandy


set should have the clear screen cover (protective) and two more screens behind that. Easy way is to unplug set and remove back cover--cobwebs are usually behind on inner screen.

With the back off I use a swiffer like duster and reach up and get them all out--gently on the inside of the inner screen so you do not scratch or mar it.

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I removed about 6 or so screws took back cover off and used a duster to clean the inside screen it cured my cobweb problem.

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How do i clean my screen


You can clean the screen from the back - take off the access panel. I clean mine once a year whether it needs it or not.

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take it apart and clean it....the screws are all easily located - avoid using any ammonia based cleaners and paper towel. Ideally - score some cleaner for glasses and the silk-like "hankie" to clean everything up. I bet the lenses are dusty and gross too....

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Clean behind the screen.


hey,
to packerfan. yesterday i did some thinking. i had the same problem w/ my toshiba 57". cobwebs in the viewing screen. i found the solution to be simple. take the front panel off. it's just held on by some clips. remove the black cardboard cover that protects the wiring. it's simple just w/ a screwdriver. attach a feather duster w/ duct tape to a 2 ft. dowel or longer if your arms are short.there are several places you can go up to dust. i found that if you clean 1/2 of the screen then the other 1/2 you should be done all tolled in about 10 mins. presto! my screen has never looked so good.too bad it's taken me 3 yrs. to figure it out. hope this solution works for you as great as it worked for me!!!

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How do i clean my screen


  CRT Rear-Projection - Before you can begin cleaning, you need to determine if you do, or do not have a screen shield. A screen shield is a hard plastic cover over the front of the TV screen. If you can't tell, give the front of the TV a light tap. Another way to tell is to check for ridges in the screen area. If you can feel ridges on the screen, then you do not have a screen shield. Rear projection TVs without a screen shield require a special kind of cleaner and rag. These are available for purchase at your local TV service center. Those that do have a screen shield should be cleaned with a dry or damp soft cloth. If it's extremely dirty, a mild soap may be used. Do not use paper products, such as paper towels, to clean the screen shield. Paper products can easily scratch the surface of the shield. Screen shields can have a tendency to streak while cleaning. If this happens, use a dry cloth and buff the screen in a small circular motions.

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Exploded view diagram


1) Remove rear cover. Slide out pressed-board light shield.
2) Remove any cobwebs behind screens-(soft cloth on pole)
3) wipe lens caps with soft cloth
4) re-assemble

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