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Repair inner screen on my 50h71 toshiba

How do I remove the front face/frame and screen cover. I need to repair inner screen on my toshiba theater view hd 50H71.

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Remove the lower speaker panel. Then you will see a series of screws along the bottom edge of the screen frame. remove those screws and then grasp the screen frame and slide it up slightly to disengage the upper clips then lift the screen assembly away enough to unplug the wire and then the screens can be accessed.

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INNER SCREEN NEEDS CLEANING


Here is a picture that shows you how to remove the front screen to get access to the mirror as well.
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Aug 15, 2008 | Toshiba 51H84 51" Rear Projection...

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Hitachi rear projection tv, need to replace front glass and screen thank you


The first thing to do is to pull the speaker cover off, then remove all the lower frame screws. Also detach the OSD board from the frame , or unplug the connectors going to it.. Then you will need two person to lift and pull got at the same time. Once the the frame is off then remove the inner screws, to replace the screens.

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When watching our Toshiba 50H71 it just turns off then back on.


The power supply will need to be repaired. This is with any tv that turns itself off and then back on.

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How to removing toshiba satellite a305-s6872 screen


to remove the screen.... the front plastic bezel needs to be removed first.... Remove the rubber screw covers on the front of screen frame... then remove the screws.
then use a plastic tool...like a credit card, start at a corner and pull the front bezel towards you .. you need to unsnap the plastic bezel... it is held on by snap locks all the way around it... Pull the front bezel frame off...

then there are screws on each side of the screen holding it to the hinge post rails.... Unscrew them.... Tilt the screen forward from the top...

Unplug the Display cable (it is taped on at the plug port..... pull tape downward)
then unplug the LCD bulb Cable from the inverter...

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How do I remove the outer screen for cleaning on my Toshiba Theaterview?


remove the speaker covers on the bottom front of the unit. there are a few screws you remove and lift up on the screen to remove.

Nov 27, 2009 | Toshiba 50H71 50" Rear Projection...

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Double image in 2 colors one color red ofset above and at about 30 degree angle


The convergence needs to be repaired. The 50H71 convergence kit works in your model as well. You can get the kit at the following link which contains the parts and instructions.
http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/product_info.php/pName/toshiba-50h71--50h81-convergence-repair-kit/cName/convergence-repair-kits

Jul 11, 2009 | Toshiba 43HX71 43" Rear Projection...

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I want to take the screen off but i cant get the back off


Unplug TV, let it set unpluged for maybe a half hour or more (Just for safety) Pop off the speaker covers in the front of your TV, then remove the four screws under each cover, this will will remove the bottem face plate between the two speaker covers, then under that you find (I think four) more screws to remove just under the screen. Now if it is a BIG screen find someone to help you slide the screen up about two inches so that it will be released from the hooks on the inside. The screen is not at all heavy ( less than 5-10 Lb's) just flimsy and aqward. The screen is just a plastic frame holding two very thin plastic screens, one is a magnifing glass the other is vertical lines. If you must remove these from the frame,then as you remove the screen frame from the TV lay it face down and then remove the screws from the inside of the frame, Pay close attention to the way they come out if you put either one of them in backwards it will distort your picture and you will have to do the whole thing over again. The whole thing should only need a philips screwdriver and a half hour of time. GOOD LUCK.

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Toshiba 50H71


you need to replace both the convergence ICs they are STK392-110 you can get new replacement ICs at the following link and they will provide free instalation instructions with pictures so you can do the repair yourself. Heres the link.
http://servicemanuals.vstore.ca/

May 29, 2008 | Toshiba 50H71 50" Rear Projection...

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Screen removal


1) Remove lower,front speaker grill
2) Remove screws along bottom edge of screen frame
3) Lift screen assembly off cabinet
4) Lay assembly face down
5) Remove just enough frame screws to get back in position--
    Don't force it----
6) Reassemble.........T.

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