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REMOVE ALL SCREWS AROUND SCREEN AND REMOVE SCREEN. REMOVE 2 SCREWS HOLDING PLASTIC PIECE IN MIDDLE. GENTLY SLIDE OFF CIRCUIT BOARD (JUST GLUED FROM THE BACK). REMOVE PLASTIC PIECE TO EXPOSE OPTICAL CHASSIS. REMOVE THE LAST REMAINING SCREW FOR LIGHT FIXTURE. REMOVE 3 SCREWS HOLDNIN COLOR WHEEL. REMOVE RIBBON PLUGS AND REERSE THE PROCESS TO INSTALL. JERRY.(ROCKMANJV@COX.NET. LET ME KNOW HOW HAT GOES. i'M WAITING ON THE PART RIGHT NOW. WHERE DID YOU FIND YOUR PART? THEY ALL TELL ME THE PART IS ON BACKORDER. SEE YA!
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
Hold down the MENU button on the control panel for more than 8 seconds to unlock buttons.
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
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It could be that the main board or the remote reciever is bad on the TV. The best thing to do at this point is to have a technician verify which one is causing the issue. Otheriwise it would be an expensive gamble to replace both boards. Please take a moment to rate my answer. Thanks..
Posted on Nov 25, 2009
Mine started to howl last year, I sprayed out the motor using carb cleaner / lubricant. Its been running fine for over a year since.
My guess is, the bushing gets plugged with dust particals. If you catch it as soon as it starts to squeek, the carb cleaner trick may work for you too.
Posted on Dec 06, 2009
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Tell me if there is a battery within this TV set which will require replacement to solve this problem
no there is no battary in tv.
The set works OK otherwise using its own control panel to change channels and its on/off switch to turn it on and off.
your statements itself says that there is no problem in tv.
in my opinion problem is in remote only.
for further help in remote.
hope this will help.
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