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Place the TV face down on a flat smooth surface as to not scratch the screen. Remove the four 8mm screws attaching the stand to the TV.
  • Place the TV face down on a flat smooth surface as to not scratch the screen.

  • Remove the four 8mm screws attaching the stand to the TV.

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Lift the stand off the television. Lift the stand off the television.
  • Lift the stand off the television.

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Remove the two back panels to display the audio and video inputs.. Remove the two back panels to display the audio and video inputs.. Remove the two back panels to display the audio and video inputs..
  • Remove the two back panels to display the audio and video inputs..

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Remove the eight 6mm Phillips screws around the edge. Remove the two 6mm Phillips near the inputs.
  • Remove the eight 6mm Phillips screws around the edge.

  • Remove the two 6mm Phillips near the inputs.

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Lift and remove the back case of the television.
  • Lift and remove the back case of the television.

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Remove the two speaker cables and the connector from the circuit board by pinching the plastic connectors and firmly pulling up. Pull on the plastic part of the connector, even though it may seem easiest to pull on the wires. Pull on the plastic part of the connector, even though it may seem easiest to pull on the wires.
  • Remove the two speaker cables and the connector from the circuit board by pinching the plastic connectors and firmly pulling up.

  • Pull on the plastic part of the connector, even though it may seem easiest to pull on the wires.

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Remove the green and gray power connector from the side of the buttons panel at the top of the television. Remove the green/gray to orange/gray connector from the center of the circuit board.
  • Remove the green and gray power connector from the side of the buttons panel at the top of the television.

  • Remove the green/gray to orange/gray connector from the center of the circuit board.

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Remove the four 5mm phillips screws attaching the LCD and circuit board to the front case. Remove the four 5mm phillips screws attaching the LCD and circuit board to the front case.
  • Remove the four 5mm phillips screws attaching the LCD and circuit board to the front case.

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Lift the circuit board/LCD block from the case by lifting the near side of the circuit board and sliding it under the button frame.
  • Lift the circuit board/LCD block from the case by lifting the near side of the circuit board and sliding it under the button frame.

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Remove the two 6mm Phillips screws. Pull the board toward you, giving you access to the power button. Pull the board toward you, giving you access to the power button.
  • Remove the two 6mm Phillips screws.

  • Pull the board toward you, giving you access to the power button.

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Unscrew the two 4mm Phillips screws. Lift the buttons off the front case.
  • Unscrew the two 4mm Phillips screws.

  • Lift the buttons off the front case.

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Remove the eight 10mm screws connecting the two speakers to the front case. Remove the eight 10mm screws connecting the two speakers to the front case.
  • Remove the eight 10mm screws connecting the two speakers to the front case.

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Remove the two black tape strips securing the audio cables to the case. Lift the audio cable from the plastic prongs securing it to the front case The speakers can now be removed.
  • Remove the two black tape strips securing the audio cables to the case.

  • Lift the audio cable from the plastic prongs securing it to the front case

  • The speakers can now be removed.

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To remove the LED circuit at the base of the front casing, unscrew the two 5mm Phillips screws. Lift the circuit to remove the plastic LED casing. Lift the circuit to remove the plastic LED casing.
  • To remove the LED circuit at the base of the front casing, unscrew the two 5mm Phillips screws.

  • Lift the circuit to remove the plastic LED casing.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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