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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: rca hdlp50w151 screen removal
Almost every set comes apart a differant way. My advice would be to go ahead and get the service manual if you want to do this type of service yourself as then you will know for sure if your taking apart the proper se quence of parts in the order they should be. As I remember a lady customer once , started to take apart her projection set, and did not not ewhat to take apart and it ended up costing herover a grand as she took out some critical screws that made the main mirror inside the set to drop and break and caused damage to two of the main projection lenes!!! My advice to you here is get tyhe service manual as I wish i had it to give you but I do not. If you invest like I think 20 to 30 bucks and go to http://www.servicemanuels.net you can be sure of what your doing and how to do it for your set! Please report back and tell us how myou made out?!
Posted on Oct 05, 2006
Slide clips are used on a lot of these sets, and they require a small, flat blade to release the catch on both sides to allow removal...accordianman
Posted on Mar 09, 2008
SOURCE: Dell Inspiron 1000 Disassembly
The teardown information from rbrown67 was very accurate and easy to follow. It helped tremendously in tearing down my machine to replace the AC plug.
Posted on Mar 26, 2008
SOURCE: tv stand screws
Check the kitchen drawer next to the fridge for the screws !!
When you get new screws, use lengths 1/2".. any longer and you might hit something inside.
Don't know why this is posted under IS-LCDTV26.. I would pull a screw from my 26" and measure it, but it's most likely different than your 42"
Posted on Sep 06, 2008
If you broke one of the base stand screw you will need to do as follow:
Remove the remaining screws of the stand and try to remove the stand, if you cant you will need to remove the back cover of the TV and then you will be able to remove the stand, remove the broken screw and put it all back.
It is pretty easy but if you feel you cant do it let me know and I can give you a detailed step by step guide.
Posted on May 27, 2009
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