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I have cobwebs / dust inside my bigscreen and when a scene that turns the picture all white, you can really see the cobwebs on the inside/backside of the screen. Took the outer plexi-glass off and cleaned it, but it appears its inside / behind the projection screen.....how do i get in there and get rid of the cobwebs?

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Screws behind the bezel. easy to remove, a pain to re-install, best to have a tv shop do it

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