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Clean the light guns

I have an RCA P46731AT Serial # 437380188. What are the best steps to take to clean the light guns and improve the picture. Do I take off the back, etc??

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If i remeber the screen comes out if you remove the border around it just be carful not to bend it too far, but it can bend quit a bit and it should come right out and you can clean the back of it too

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