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REMOVAL OF OLD SCREEN

HOW DO I REMOVE OLD SCREEN FROM THE TELEVISION? REMOVED MOLDING CLIPS BUT BROKEN SCREEN LODGED IN THE TOP.

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  • MATTED Aug 10, 2008

    DO NOT SEE ANY METAL BRACKETSTHAT HOLD SCREEN ON. OWNER'S GUIDE SHOWS THE SCREEN COMING OUT BY GENTLY PULLING ON SCREEN

  • MATTED Aug 10, 2008

    IS A MITSUBISHI DEALER THE ONLY PLACE TO PURCHASE NEW SCREEN?

  • eggert304652 Nov 26, 2008

    hope you can help me, i need to clean the mirror,can you tell me how to remove the screen,step by step. how to remove the molding around the screen.



    thank you,

    scott

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There should be metal brackets that hold the screen in all the way around the frame. there are usually 2 screws to each bracket..you have to remove all of them to get the screen off

Posted on Aug 10, 2008

  • Ronnie Houston Aug 10, 2008

    try applying some pressure to pull the pieces loose.there should be a bit of adhesive holding it in place

  • Ronnie Houston Aug 10, 2008

    sometimes u can ask a tv repair shop if they can get one but they usually have to order through a dealer as well. each screen is different so i would like to suggest you tale with a repair shop in your area and see if they might not be able to order it for you.

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Sorry it took a couple days to post, computer problems I can't fix.

If he has not already taken care of it, here is what should be the case for the door panel.

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REMOVE BROKEN SCREEN


apply a little pressure it should pop loose

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