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Screen removal from vs45va2

How do I remove the cover screen so that I can clean the projectors?

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If you want to clean the projection lenses, you do not want to remove the cover screen to get there. That is the hard way, but you should be an experienced technician to do this correctly. Why do you think that the lenses need to be cleaned? What are you seeing on the screen to make you think that the lens needs cleaning?

Posted on Nov 30, 2007

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