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REMOVE BROKEN SCREEN

HOW DO I REMOVE THE BROKEN PART OF SCREEN FROM TOP THE MOLDING CLIPS HAVE BEEN REMOVED?

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Apply a little pressure it should pop loose

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How to take apart to move


You have to remove the screen by unsnapping the front bezel then remove the long clips that hold the screen in, once thats done you have to remove about 8 bolts that hold the top half to the bottom half, once this it is alot easier to move.

Jul 03, 2011 | Apex Digital GB65HD09W 65" Rear Projection...

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How to replace a broken projection TV mirror.


You were moving your projection TV and drop it, breaking the mirror.Where can you get a replacement and how do you remove and replace the bad mirror safely and properly?

First be aware that the mirror is delicate and removal and replacement should be done very carefully while wearing leather gloves and safety glasses.

Go to http://www.encompass.com to locate and order your mirror. They have good prices, availability and a great search engine. Now most service manuals are also available as a free pdf download. The service manual will help find the screws needed to be removed to complete the job, infact it should have a section devoted to procedure for mirror replacement. If encompass does not have the service manual, they have most but not all, I would recommend purchasing it at http://www.servicemanuals.net for about $16.00.

Installation is straight forward. Generally you have to remove the back top cover with the mirror attached. On some units the bottom rear must be removed prior to removing the top. Requires removing alot of screws. There could also be some screws under the bezel on the front, below the screen. This varies from unit to unit and this is why the service manual is necessary for this job.

Remove the rear top section containing the mirror and lay it upside down on the floor. You should be looking at the mirror in the top rear section at this point. Remove the mirror hold in screws or clips. Again having the service manual makes this part easier. Remove the mirror being careful not to break it and cause a safety hazzard.

Install the new mirror, after cleaning with a soft cloth and a non-ammonia surface/glass cleaner such as Cinch or Windex.

While you have the unit apart you should clean the lenses and the rear of the screen.

I have a tip at http://www.fixya.com/support/r4690955-clean_lense_screen_in_projection_tv which will walk you through the process. This should complete the job.

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hardrocko

on Feb 27, 2011 | Televison & Video

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How to replace a broken Projection TV screen.


You were playing touch football in your living room, and fall through the projection TV screen breaking it. I'm not kidding! I had to fix one and was told this was how it was broken, at a fraternity of course.

First be aware that the screens are composed of three separate pieces and the cost will probably be $300 to $400. If you still want to proceed, and let's face it, without a screen the TV is done, go to

http://www.encompass.com

to locate and order your screens. They have good prices, availability and a great search engine. Now most service manuals are also available for a free pdf download but not all. The service manual will help find the screws needed to be removed to complete the job. If encompass does not have the service manual I would recommend purchasing it at

http://www.servicemanuals.net

for about $16.00.

Installation is straight forward. Generally you have to remove the back top cover with the mirror attached. This requires removing alot of screws. You may also have to check under the bezel on the front, below the screen, for several screws. Having the service manual makes locating and finding all the screws much easier. The service manual should also have a section devoted to screen replacement. Remove all the necessary screws and lay the screen flat on the floor. Remove the screen hold in screws or clips. Again having the service manual makes identification easier. Now remove the screen from it's frame.

Assemble the new screens. Make sure they are in the correct order. Protector (on outside), Lenticular in the middle and the Fresnel on the inside. You will need to secure the screens together. Black cloth tape works well around the perimeter.Make sure that the tape is not covering any of the screen or any of the convergence sensors. Reinstall the screen into the frame and reassemble the unit.

While you have the unit apart you should clean the lenses and the mirror. I have a tip at

http://www.fixya.com/support/r4690955-clean_lense_screen_in_projection_tv

which will walk you through the process. This should complete the job. Try not to play touch football in your living room in the future!

Thanks for using FixYa and for the great rating. Please consider a testimonial. Thank you.

hardrocko

on Sep 29, 2010 | Televison & Video

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My screen was damaged and I finally found a new screen for it. How do I get the molding off so I can replace the screen?


You need to remove the two strips one on top and one on bottom of the plastic frame on the front of your tv. They can be easily flip up with a small screw driver. After removing the strip, you will see screws that hold the frame to the TV set, remove all of them then take the metal strip off. remove the frame, the protective cover, then remove the screen. The mirror then need to be sit on the slot of the back cover then hold it with the 3 brackets on the top on the inside of the rear cover.

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We have a particularly long cob web right inside the screen of our Mitsu VS-60609 that's become quite noticeable. any way for us to remove the screen and clean behind it?


Yes , you can gain access by removing the speaker grille that pops off by grabbing it in the corners and pulling it out . Once removed you will see wires that come from the bottom of the screen trim and going into an access panel in the middle where you removed the speaker grille from . Make sure the tv is unplugged and remove the access panel and there should be two clips that need to be unpluged so when you remove the screen these to not pull out from the boards . Now you should see 4 to 5 phillips screws along the bottom of the plastic srceen that need to be taken out . once out now the screen can be removed . Now the screen slides on and off by pulling it upwards by grabing the plastic trim sides . It might be snug . Now some sets the bottom piece comes outward then up . Try the this previous suggestion first . Once off remove the cob webs and clean the three lens while your there to remove the dust buildup on them with a soft slightly damp cloth not pressing hard then dry it off with a cloth that is not damp . Make sure when putting the screen back on it slides back in the hooks that were holding on and the screw holes should line back up and connect your two cable clips back on and put access panel back on and speaker grille and your problem is solved . Good luck let know , thanks Team tech

Jun 26, 2009 | Televison & Video

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REMOVAL OF OLD SCREEN


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

Aug 10, 2008 | Mitsubishi VS-45607 45" Rear Projection...

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Broken screen


Most rear projection screen are only secured with a few screws along the bottom side of the screen frame behind the speaker grille . so you have to remove the speaker grille cover then remove the screen frame screws then just slide the frame assembly up to disengage the upper clips.If you dont see any screws through the rear cabinet into the frame this is how your screen frame should come off

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How do i remove the front screen to clean the mirror on the inside


usually you need to remove the speaker grille then you will notice a few screws in the lower screen frame remove thos screws then grab the screen frame and slide up wards to disengage the clips that hold the screen assembly on.

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Broken Screen


Check the new screen ,it should come with new hardware and that will help you see how the old one is mounted it might have screws or pressure clips.

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