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How do I replace the remote sensor on the front of my Toshiba CZ36V51...I have the sensor part....is this done by prying off the front black panel at the power button??

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You need to take the back off unplug all cables (mark were they go back) take of the fly back cable (top of tube) by lifting the rubber crimp the strike pins pull of. the take out circuit board and there at the front will be the ir sensor desolder it and replace with new one



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let me know how you go

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