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remove the front face u will find the screens start with the one that its inside face is facing the back cover then next and the last as u replace u will have to match the last removed screen and replace it as the first then the 2nd and lastly the one u removed first n there u have it as originallly fitted
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.
What you have to do is remove the front screen assembly by removing the screws loacted at the bottom of the screen frame just under the frame lip. Lift the screen assembly up from the bottom to disengage the holder clips at the top and set the screen assembly to the side. On the inside of the screen, the part that faces the projection mirror assembly you can use some Windex and paper towels to clean the surface. On the outside do not use Windex as this will breakdown the protective finish used on the viewing side of the screen. To clean the viewing side, use a special cleaner also used to clean computer display screens. Re-install the screen assembly and you are done.
There is one mirror inside. It is easy to remove the front plastic screen by removing the bottom fabric grill (snaps off by pulling outward like a removable speaker grill). Remove several wood screws along bottom edge of screen. Lift up the whole plastic screen frame and pull it away from the TV; but be careful with the control wires that go to the center panel, which snaps off the big screen frame easily. The mirror is right there.
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.
remove pointy screws out of back of screen ( 3 up each side and 4 across top). remove speaker grill, remove 4 screws from center cover. remove 4 screws from bottom of tv, disconnect wire bundle. lift screen up and off. clean mirror facing up and lens. Do NOT touch big mirrror, trust me. put it back together by sliding screen back on and making sure all edges are flush before putting screws back in. the pointy ones go in the back every other screw is flat. good luck, should only take about 5 minutes.
You probably have bad connections on the flyback transformer. With the back off of the set, on the left side, you wlii see a transformer with a big red wire coming out of it, The connections under that transformer are bad. Be sure the set is unplugged when doing this!
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You may have a poor seated cable connector. Unplug TV from A/C, remove back look for a large black connector. It connects between the Main Digital Module and the Drive PWB. Re-insert both ends several times to make better contact, use contact cleaner if have but not always needed. Good Luck, big IRISH.