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  1. Start the TV opening from the back side. Using PH#2 screwdriver, begin to loose the twenty-four screws located all over the back-casing (highlighted in green boxes).
    • Start the TV opening from the back side.

    • Using PH#2 screwdriver, begin to loose the twenty-four screws located all over the back-casing (highlighted in green boxes).

    • Manually pry open the interconnection between the two plastic pieces to loose the four clips.

    • Disconnect the connectors from cables and buttons.

    • Remove the plastic back cover.

  2. Remove cables: Disconnect all fifteen connectors (highlighted in red boxes) and remove the tapes used to fix the cables to the metal casing. To remove the PCBs use PH#2 screwdriver (thirteen screws marked in green). To remove the PCBs use PH#2 screwdriver (thirteen screws marked in green).
    • Remove cables: Disconnect all fifteen connectors (highlighted in red boxes) and remove the tapes used to fix the cables to the metal casing.

    • To remove the PCBs use PH#2 screwdriver (thirteen screws marked in green).

  3. Using PH#2 screwdriver, loose four screws to remove the speakers. Then, use the same tool to loose fourteen screws that fix the metallic mounting to protect the PCBs. Then, use the same tool to loose fourteen screws that fix the metallic mounting to protect the PCBs.
    • Using PH#2 screwdriver, loose four screws to remove the speakers.

    • Then, use the same tool to loose fourteen screws that fix the metallic mounting to protect the PCBs.

  4. Loose the adhesives securing the front frame and carefully turn the screen up. To remove the front frame, unscrew the twenty-four PH#1 screws (starting point marked in green). To remove the front frame, unscrew the twenty-four PH#1 screws (starting point marked in green).
    • Loose the adhesives securing the front frame and carefully turn the screen up.

    • To remove the front frame, unscrew the twenty-four PH#1 screws (starting point marked in green).

  5. Detach manually the two connectors of the back side and remove the LCD panel. Detach manually the two connectors of the back side and remove the LCD panel.
    • Detach manually the two connectors of the back side and remove the LCD panel.

  6. Using PH#1 screwdriver, loose twenty-two screws in two steps: First, remove the metal frames that cover the sides and the top of the unit. Second, unscrew the bottom part and loose eight clips in order to take it out.
    • Using PH#1 screwdriver, loose twenty-two screws in two steps:

    • First, remove the metal frames that cover the sides and the top of the unit.

    • Second, unscrew the bottom part and loose eight clips in order to take it out.

    • The polarizer foils can be removed as well.

  7. Using PH#1 screwdriver, loose thirteen screws (marked in green) and remove the metal casing with two PCBs. Using slotted screwdriver, remove the PCBs from the metal casing. Note that this step is destructive. Using slotted screwdriver, remove the PCBs from the metal casing. Note that this step is destructive.
    • Using PH#1 screwdriver, loose thirteen screws (marked in green) and remove the metal casing with two PCBs.

    • Using slotted screwdriver, remove the PCBs from the metal casing. Note that this step is destructive.

  8. All fractions obtained after TV dismantling.
    • All fractions obtained after TV dismantling.

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