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Spiderweb obstructing the projector on rear projection tv

How do i safely access the projector to remove this spiderweb?!

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The back of the TV has a little plastic "pop away" peice, about 2 in by 3.5 in. It is just below the center in the middle. With a long cleaning tool, you can clean the lenses and the back of the screen, but do be carefull about scratching any surfaces! :)

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