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Broken front viewing screen

There appears to be three sections to this screen assy . Where can i obtain replacements?

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Check following image taken from related service manual that shows how to take off front screen from WT-46805 tv.
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scherffkids,

Go to http://www.encompass.com and logon as a guest. Type in your units model number in the appropriate block. A list of all the available parts should come up. Type "screen" into the search engine. If available the part number for the screen should come up. There should be three parts to the screen. If you are absolutely sure that you only need the outer screen it should be obvious which one it is.

When you get the screen you will need to remove the front bezel. This usually involves removing the top rear cabinet first. Then there will probably be some screws on the front and finally many screws around the perimeter to get the actual screen out.

Once out you should be able to separate the three sections, install the new unit and using cloth tape, tape the sections together around the perimeter.

Reassemble the unit and you should be done.

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If you can obtain the three screens and don't mind the cost. Typically with shipping the screens could be as much as $600. Encompass does lists them as "NLA" no longer available and asks you to call so there may be a chance to find them. Replacement is stratight forward. Remove the back, the top half of the back and study the front to determine how it comes apart. Usually there are a lot of screws to take out. Reverse the procedure and you should be done. Let me know if you need more help. Thanks for using FixYa and for the generous rating.

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SPEAKER GRILLE Removal
Pull the SPEAKER-GRILLE away from the cabinet to remove.
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1) Remove 10 screws (a) from the upper cabinet rear cover (3 screws on each side and 4 screws across the
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2) Remove screws (b) along the bottom of the SCREEN-ASSY (8 screws on 52 inch models, and 12 screws
on 62 inch models),
3) Unplug the LL connector to the front CONTROL-PANEL.
4) Lift the SCREEN-ASSY up slightly and then pull away from the cabinet.
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Three screens at once!


This is a convergence problem. Go into menu, select setup, select convergence, and run auth converge. If there is no failure in the tv then this will correct the problem. This model does have chronic convergence failures and most times either the convergence power supply must be replaced. Occasionally the problem is the convergence amp pcb and rarely the deflection bd can cause the problem.

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