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Mits Big Screen TV model #VS-5043

Hey, while transportin gour TV the screen poped out How do we get it back in, nothing I've tried had worked and I wonderif there is a trick to it. Also will it work the same or is it done for.

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You have to take off the front framework to out the screen back in and it should still work

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