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Monitor strip down got a bug dead on inside of my screen

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    HOW CAN I REMOVE THE PROTECTION SCREEN TO CLEAN A DEAD BUG BETWEEN DE PROTECTOR AND SCREEN TV

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HOW CAN I REMOVE THE PROTECTION SCREEN TO CLEAN A DEAD BUG BETWEEN DE PROTECTOR AND SCREEN TV

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I have a mitsubishi 63 inch 1080pi and and at the bottom of the screen it has a black spot about 1 inch on it...what is the cause of it and what need to be did to fix it?


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Hi, much easier to access the front screens (there are 2 sandwiched together) by removing the top back cover, be prepared for lots of screws and when you get down to the last 2-3 screws get some help, on the inside of the back cover is a large mirror, some are made of mylar, do NOT clean or even touch a mylar mirror, the others are made of real glass and the back will be much heavier than you think (and very expensive if you break it)once the back is removed you should have access to the bug, good luck, video-tek

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remove the top back panal screws (be carefull the mirror is connected to the panal! do not drop!) now wipe off and clean the three glass lenses inside..also wile your in there clean the inside of screen and the back panal mirror You will see a big improvment in picture!!
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How to clean inside of screen?


Your tv has two screens on it. The outter screen and the inner screen. The outter screen has a frame around it held on by clips. You can remove this outter screen by gently prying it from the tv. There is a small gape between the outter screen and the tv casing. When prying the outter screen be carefull not to dsanage the tv case or the outter screen frame. Take note of the location of each clips because you will need thses to put the outter screen back on. Clean with a good gentle screen cleaner, (Do Not Use Windex). Philips screen cleaning gel for plasma & LCD works very good. Install the outter screen back on the tv by making sure the clips line up and use light pressure to snap it back in place. Do Not Hit Outter Screen To Force Clips Into Place.. I do this on my tv about once every 6 months or so.

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Removing a screen protector from a Hitachi 50UX58B Projection color TV


There is a black plastic strip that fits into the groove at the top of the frame holding the protector and front screen. Pull that down and out (you might need to pry a little to get it started). The attached picture shows the strip partially pulled out at the right edge (photo depicts the top right of a 58K - with a wood cabinet).ea84b4b.jpg
Once this strip is removed, you should be able to see a gap (~2mm) between the top of the protector and the frame. Pull the middle of the protector toward you (you may need to hook it with something like a chrochet hook to get it out to where you can get a finger on it). Pull out one side of the protector, then work it loose fromt he bottom. (If it is stubborn, you may have to loosen the bottom frame. Take of the speaker grill, then unscrew the screw on the bottom of the surround for the control panel and pop the surround out. Then there are 3 screws that hold the cabinet frame {might me different for the 58B} and beneath that, 3 screws that hold the bottom of the inside frame. Once those are removed, you should be able to flex the inside frame enough to loosen the protector.)

Installation is the reverse. There are two grooves (at least on my set), and the protector goes in the rear groove(!) (same as the screen itself - first time I tried to put it in the unused groove closer to the front of the screen, and that iddn't work). The black plastic retainer strip goes in the front groove.

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Cleaning the inside of the front screen


It's not hard but is time consuming

You'll have to pull the front of the unit off to clean the inside. This includes taking out the screw that are open normally and there should be about 4 screws that are behind the bottom-back panel.

When you open the unit just be sure you get it clean the first time and don't leave any stray fingerprints on the glass. And don't touch the projection lens at all. Use compressed air to blow it off but I wouldn't recommend cleaning it unless it is just filthy and the canned air doesn't work for you.

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