You can open it when remove all screws at the back, from the stand also (under the TV).
Then carefully remove the snap-in shell ( front and back). TV is one compact part and plastic shell is snapping ( front and back) + stand, on the screws.
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The buzzing sound comes from transformers on the PSU. The transformers can be sealed using a sealant spray which dries and hardens. You can also check your picture settings in the menu, if there is a "vivid" option, pick it and your buzzing will not be heard.
It is possible you have a plugged drain and not a seal leak around your windshield; a hands on diagnostic is the best bet and so is a second opinion!! I feel you should try to locate the leak yourself by first putting some colored napkins in a few places like along the side of the windshield post, under the dash, at the floor to side wall, etc - anyplace water could be entering the passenger compartment.Make sure your door is closed securely and run a garden hose at about half flow for 1 minute over the top of the windshield. Wait 2 minutes then check your napkins for wetness. If none present then flow water over the top of the door 1 minute, wait, then check your napkins again. The problem may be in the door weather seal and not the windshield and this test should help you pinpoint the problem area. If during these tests you find wet napkins, try to follow the wetness up as high as you can and see if there is a bubble between the rubber and the body of the car. You can buy a tube of windshield sealant from an auto parts store or another store like Walmart and try to seal it up yourself. If there is a bubble or lump, break it off with a screwdriver and back fill that area with the windshield sealant. Dry the affected area with a blow drier on high for at least 5 minutes before applying the sealant so it can stick - it won't adhere to a wet surface and you can wipe off any excess with a napkin. Give the sealant 24 hours to cure and retest. Other than this, the sealant around the windshield will need to be replaced. I hope this helps!!
your best bet is to replace it. here is what you do:
Look in your owner's manual or study the current seal to see how it is attached. If it is attached with bands, there will be one or more spaced around the seal. Remove them following manufacturer's instructions.
Pull the seal from the door rim. For seals that are attached with sealant, you may need to slide a finger under the end and push it up while you pull it free with the other hand.
Wash the area thoroughly with a degreasing cleanser. This will remove all traces of dirt, grime and old sealant around the area.
Slide the open end of the new seal onto the door frame. Make sure the fit is snug and it is completely slid into place.
Glue around the join with the sealant or reattach the bands. Allow sealant to dry for at least two hours before running the machine.