Question about Panasonic PT-50LC13 50" Rear Projection HDTV
During today's earthquacke my TV fell down, and something broke (like a glass ?) inside just behind the screen. What is this, and can I replace it myself? I have done the Fan & the light bulbs, myself before. I really love my TV and watned to keep as much as I can. Need help
Misha, I have bad news for you.
There is only one part behind that screen to break - a rather large mirror.
Lay the TV down, face down, on a towel.
Remove the screw from the upper rar black plastic housing.
Lift straight off - you should see the mirror, or what is left of it, attached to the black plastic.
Sorry for your loss.
If you are interested in selling the ballast, let me know.
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