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Image 1/2: Remove the four 8mm screws attaching the stand to the TV. Image 2/2: 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.

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

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Image 1/2: Remove the two 6mm Phillips near the inputs. Image 2/2: 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.

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Image 1/3: Pull on the plastic part of the connector, even though it may seem easiest to pull on the wires. Image 2/3: Pull on the plastic part of the connector, even though it may seem easiest to pull on the wires. Image 3/3: 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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Image 1/2: Remove the green/gray to orange/gray connector from the center of the circuit board. Image 2/2: 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.

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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.

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  • Flip the LCD/circuit board so that the circuit board faces up.

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Image 1/3: Remove the five 6mm Phillips screws from the edges of the circuit board attacking it to the LCD. Image 2/3: Remove the five 6mm Phillips screws from the edges of the circuit board attacking it to the LCD. Image 3/3: Remove the five 6mm Phillips screws from the edges of the circuit board attacking it to the LCD.
  • Remove the three 5mm Philips screws attaching the circuit board to the LCD.

  • Remove the five 6mm Phillips screws from the edges of the circuit board attacking it to the LCD.

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Image 1/3: Hold the white plastic, squeeze and pull from the  sides. Image 2/3: Pull on the plastic part of the connector, even though it may seem easiest to pull on the wires. Image 3/3: Pull on the plastic part of the connector, even though it may seem easiest to pull on the wires.
  • Turn the circuit board so the blue and pink side cables are facing you.

  • Hold the white plastic, squeeze and pull from the sides.

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

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Image 1/3: To remove the ribbon cables, fold the brown casing down and pull directly upward on the ribbon. Image 2/3: Turn the television so the left hand side is facing you, and remove the ribbon cable in the same manner. Image 3/3: Turn the television so the left hand side is facing you, and remove the ribbon cable in the same manner.
  • Turn the television so the right hand side is facing you.

  • To remove the ribbon cables, fold the brown casing down and pull directly upward on the ribbon.

  • Turn the television so the left hand side is facing you, and remove the ribbon cable in the same manner.

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Image 1/3: Detach the data cable from the circuit board. Image 2/3: To do this, slide your finger nail from the middle of the connector until the little black tabs rotates down toward the board as shown in the second picture. Image 3/3: To do this, slide your finger nail from the middle of the connector until the little black tabs rotates down toward the board as shown in the second picture.
  • Turn the circuit board so that the left side is facing you.

  • Detach the data cable from the circuit board.

  • To do this, slide your finger nail from the middle of the connector until the little black tabs rotates down toward the board as shown in the second picture.

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  • Lift and remove the circuit board from the LCD frame.

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  • Now you have your LCD.

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Conclusion

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

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