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RCA model P52927

I'm having to clean the inside of my screen, my son dropped lamp oil and it's on the inside bottom right side of my screen and speakers. Is the model of my tv RCA model P52927 the same as P52926 52 in. as I read how to take off the screen on that model will mine be the same. I'm not turning on the tv until I get that oil off the inside of the screen....

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Look, take out back cover and on the bottom left and right side you will see screw (2 or 4), take out it,Disconnect 2 plugs wire from chasis, pull out the box and you will have space for clean your screen.( You will take out all box with main chasis, convergence chasis )

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Once a year, remove the top cover and place a drop of oil at both holes on the top. (One is near but to the right of the main spool pin; the other is near the thread guide at the take up lever.) Put a drop of oil at the hole at the center right of the deck of the sewing machine (right next to the motor and below the stitch width selector). With the top cover off, there are a number of spots that need oil. One is near the center of the machine at the take up lever (top of shaft). The next is at the center of the stitch width cam. Place another drop of oil at the top of the lever that rests against this cam. Place a drop of oil at the bottom of the lower gear (the one that turns in the horizontal plane). Also oil three points to the right of the vertical gear. (These are the two sections on the shaft to the right of the gear and the point in that same line just to the right of the screw to the back of the area.) Remove the bottom of the sewing machine and oil seven points (three to the left and 4 on the right). Do this carefully - you do not want to get oil on the motor or the belt. These points are on the left: on the shafts near screws at the top and bottom and one spot near the center just in front of the belt. For the points near the screws, the one further up is closer to the left edge of the nachine. On the right side: two points above the belt. One is right next to the belt and one is on the shaft below a screw (this shaft continues to the lowest oiling point on the left side).

The manual for the Singer 457 is available from Singer as a PDF: http://www.singerco.com/uploads/download/5d6ce627c00cb91c477d4703f1b704aab08a72c8.pdf . See the diagrams starting on page 53 (page 55 of the pdf) for the exact oiling points. I tried to explain these spots but I usually grab the manual for the pictures for my machine for the yearly oiling. You can buy a copy of the manual from Singer for $15 here: http://www.singerco.com/accessories/instruction-manuals/ . Enter the model number without any extra letters at the end of the model number. Then click Search.

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Model number indicated is a 42 inch, not a 60 inch but lamp should be same for both.

The entire bezel (plate of plastic) under the screen has to be removed; you should find on the back on either side a black plastic thumb wheel that can be backed out (it will not come out but just back out until free).

With the 2 completely loose grasp the plate from the bottom right and pull on it from right to left; it is held in with several plastic pegs and will resist being removed; pull from the bottom as it is also secured at the top with large tabs that engage just under the screen.

The idea is to get it free all the way across the bottom and then lift up on the plate and pull it down and away.

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The lamp door will be easy to see and is marked. Usually just one screw and with the set off/unplugged the lamp cartridge is secured with 2 Allen bolts (replacement lamps come with a tool).

The lamp assembly has a handle and with the two bolts backed loose you grasp the built in handle and slide the lamp cartridge out and away.

Average life on the lamp is 2,000 hours.

There are two ways to buy the lamp----Google the model number and use the word lamp after it.

Some sites sell a generic "bulb"; you have to dismantle the cartridge and replace the bulb---I do not suggest this as generic lamps do not in most cases have a good record of long life.

Not to mention if you get a cartridge unit you just have to install it and lock the bolts back.

It is very important when you install it you do not touch the face of the lamp with your hand as oil on you hand can damage the lamp.

Also, it is important the two pin plug that connects the lamp inside the set engage perfectly.

These lamps are considered to be "customer replaceable" but you need to do it right.

Please let me know if you have questions as I am here to help you.

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Why not remove the screen assy and see if you can clean it?

Remove the speaker grill assy and remove the screws along the bottom edge of the screen assy. Pull the screen assy up and off and lay it on a clean sheet with the outside of the screen assy face down. Remove the screws that fasten the screen bracket assys in place and remove the screen brackets.

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