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  1. Place the TV screen side-down. Using PH#2 screwdriver, begin to loose the eleven screws of the back-casing (highlighted in green boxes). Work your way around the TV until you can pull the back cover off.
    • Place the TV screen side-down.

    • Using PH#2 screwdriver, begin to loose the eleven screws of the back-casing (highlighted in green boxes).

    • Work your way around the TV until you can pull the back cover off.

  2. Note that two different type of polymers are molded together (red box). It is not possible to further separate them.
    • Note that two different type of polymers are molded together (red box). It is not possible to further separate them.

  3. Remove cables: Disconnect all twelve connectors (highlighted in red boxes) and separate the tapes used to fix cables to the metal casing. Remove Printed Circuit Boards (PCB): Using PH#2 screwdriver, begin to loose the thirteen screws (highlighted in green boxes) which fix the PCBs to the metal casing. Remove Printed Circuit Boards (PCB): Using PH#2 screwdriver, begin to loose the thirteen screws (highlighted in green boxes) which fix the PCBs to the metal casing.
    • Remove cables: Disconnect all twelve connectors (highlighted in red boxes) and separate the tapes used to fix cables to the metal casing.

    • Remove Printed Circuit Boards (PCB): Using PH#2 screwdriver, begin to loose the thirteen screws (highlighted in green boxes) which fix the PCBs to the metal casing.

  4. Remove the speakers by extracting them manually from their mountings (blue boxes). Remove the speakers by extracting them manually from their mountings (blue boxes).
    • Remove the speakers by extracting them manually from their mountings (blue boxes).

  5. Using PH#1 screwdriver, loose the only screw that fixes the front frame and the display unit (highlighted in green box). Place the TV facing screen up and remove the front frame. Again, as with the back-housing, the front frame contains two different polymer types molded together (red box).
    • Using PH#1 screwdriver, loose the only screw that fixes the front frame and the display unit (highlighted in green box).

    • Place the TV facing screen up and remove the front frame.

    • Again, as with the back-housing, the front frame contains two different polymer types molded together (red box).

  6. Carefully remove the already exposed LCD Panel.
    • Carefully remove the already exposed LCD Panel.

  7. Using a slotted screwdriver, begin to lever the nineteen clips of the inner frame (highlighted in blue boxes) starting at the bottom of the TV. Continue to work your way around the frame counterclockwise until you can pull the frame off. Then, remove the already exposed polarized foils.
    • Using a slotted screwdriver, begin to lever the nineteen clips of the inner frame (highlighted in blue boxes) starting at the bottom of the TV.

    • Continue to work your way around the frame counterclockwise until you can pull the frame off.

    • Then, remove the already exposed polarized foils.

  8. Using slotted screwdriver, loose the four clips (blue boxes of the first picture). Remove the protective foil and access the backlight unit. Use your fingers to pry open the PCBs from the clips on the metallic casing (blue boxes of the second picture).
    • Using slotted screwdriver, loose the four clips (blue boxes of the first picture).

    • Remove the protective foil and access the backlight unit.

    • Use your fingers to pry open the PCBs from the clips on the metallic casing (blue boxes of the second picture).

    • In total, loose thirty-two clips starting with the four LED containing PCBs and ending with the connection PCB on the side.

  9. Using slotted screwdriver, loose twenty clips.
    • Using slotted screwdriver, loose twenty clips.

    • Remove the plastic frame located inside the metal casing which is mounted in four pieces.

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

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