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Remove the power off and let the set rest for about few hours. Now try out to see if the DVD releases.
If the picture is still with the old memory of thelast scene then the processor has hung up.
You must have to release the DVD by opening panel if a reset of an overnight power on the set does not work.
2 types. If wooden top rail of screen surround: remove end screws of top rail by removing caps over screws on upper front sides. Remove the two screws. Remove top wooden screen bezel piece. Now pull up and out screens.
If sceen surround is plastic one-piece all-around: remove speaker grill board. Remove screws along lower front of screen bezel. Pull bottom of screen bezel out a 1/2 inch. Lift up on screen bezel to remove entire screen assembly.
You should be able to work it up another inch or two. Use firm and steady pressure. It's a tight fit... then you should see four screws on the back side of the frame. Remove all 4 screws and then hold the top edge firmly... slowly pull the entire screen out of the frame. Remeber when you put it back in, there are some pins along the inside top edge of the frame, as the frame is pushed back down to its original possition you may have to flex the top frame out a bit to allow the pins to go back into the holes. this is all visible from the top side, provided you have good lighting. I nope this helps...
Removing the screen is your best bet -
1 Remove speaker grill
2 remove 4 screws holding the screen frame
3 then lossen the bottom corners where the screen meets the frame by pulling outward (some force is required) and work your way upwards towards the top (two people may be required for support)
4 tilt the loosened frame(20-30degrees) from the bottom up and the top shoul lift and seperate from the frame.
After the screen is of you'll be able to tell what to remove next.
you take off the back cover all the screws down to the bottom and remove the speaker cover then remove the screws that hold the screen in on either side of the speakers and you should be able to remove it. I am not 100% certain that is how Hitachi does it but that is how my Sony is and my Panasonic was
To remove the protection screen and lens from my Hitachi model 53SDX89BA:
1) Remove the speaker cover from the bottom. It is attached by velcro.
2) Remove the 4 screws on 4 plastic tabs on the bottom of the screen frame.
3) Remove the 4 screws on the 4 metal tabs on the bottom beneath the screen frame.
4) Pry the bottom corners loose with a wide blade screw driver and work both sides of the screen frame away from the case from the bottom up. CAUTION: The top does not snap away as the sides do. When the sides are loose let the screen frame hang down vertical and lift the screen frame straight up.
5) The protection screen and the lens will come off together.
When reinstalling the screen frame perform the steps in reverse. Be careful when resnapping the frame back onto the case - there are two small wooden support blocks on the bottom. Don't try to force the frame back on until you are sure the bottom of the frame clears these block. You may find it easier just to remove them temporarily until the frame is reattached.
try adjusting the green screen control. remove the front bottom panel of the tv by removing any screws holding it in place. gently pull of the front panel, there are gromets holding it in place, you will be able to gently remove the front, just make sure you get all those screws. now reove the small wodden or plastioc panel. now you will see the screen/focus assy. check to see of the screen controls are the top 3 or bottom 3. adjusted the center screen it's the green one, the other 2 are the red & blue. it is best to adjust in a dark room where the lines will show up easier. good luck