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How to open the back cover of Sceptre of X30SV Naga III

I'm trying to open the back cover of the TV and I couldn't frigure out how. I have already removed all the screws, but still the cover won't move from its place, its like its been moulded or something like that... Can someone help please....

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My 42" cover had 2 screws underneath the strip of paper with the symbols on it that show you what the connectors are for.

Posted on Dec 29, 2007

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After removing all the screws in the back you will need to turn the unit over and gently pry off the speaker grills. Their are three screws on each side that need to be removed. Additionally, the Aux. input panel and the RF connection panel should be removed by gently wiggling the module out through the portal.

Posted on May 23, 2012

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