Question about Televison & Video
Remove eight screws on the back of the TV. Three on each side and two in the middle (one on top and one on the bottom). The tricky part are the tabs. I used a plastic putty knife with a lot of bend to it. Once you pop a tab you can slide the knife around until you feel it stick then just wiggle it until you hear a pop. There are tabs all around the edges of the TV. I was able to remove the back panel without any damage. I am taking pictures today and will post them for more clarity.
Posted on Nov 29, 2010
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