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  1. Place the TV Screen side-down. Using PH#2 screwdriver, begin to loose the screws of the back-casing (highlighted in green boxes).
    • Place the TV Screen side-down.

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

    • Using PH#1 screwdriver, finish loosening the last two screws which are located in the connectors' square.

    • Manually pry twelve clips that fix the back-housing attached to the front frame.

    • Disconnect connectors from cables and switchers (red box).

    • Remove the plastic back-casing.

  2. Remove cables: Disconnect nine connectors (highlighted in red boxes) and twelve clips, and trip off the tapes used to fix cables to the metal casing. Remove Printed Circuit Boards (PCB): Using PH#2 screwdriver, loose the four screws of the protective metal part. Then, using PH#1 screwdriver, loose the sixteen screws (highlighted in green boxes) of the PCBs.
    • Remove cables: Disconnect nine connectors (highlighted in red boxes) and twelve clips, and trip off the tapes used to fix cables to the metal casing.

    • Remove Printed Circuit Boards (PCB): Using PH#2 screwdriver, loose the four screws of the protective metal part.

    • Then, using PH#1 screwdriver, loose the sixteen screws (highlighted in green boxes) of the PCBs.

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

  4. Trip off adhesives in the sides of the metal back-casing (turquoise box). Using PH#1 screwdriver, begin to loose the thirty-three screws of the back-side (green box). Using PH#1 screwdriver, begin to loose the thirty-three screws of the back-side (green box).
    • Trip off adhesives in the sides of the metal back-casing (turquoise box).

    • Using PH#1 screwdriver, begin to loose the thirty-three screws of the back-side (green box).

  5. Continue to work your way around the sides until you can pull off the LCD PCB protective plastic part. Then, loose the two connectors of PCBs (red box). Carefully place the TV screen upwards and remove the front frame and LCD panel.
    • Continue to work your way around the sides until you can pull off the LCD PCB protective plastic part.

    • Then, loose the two connectors of PCBs (red box).

    • Carefully place the TV screen upwards and remove the front frame and LCD panel.

  6. Manually pull the inner frame off by levering the twenty-four clips. Remove the already exposed polarized foils.
    • Manually pull the inner frame off by levering the twenty-four clips.

    • Remove the already exposed polarized foils.

  7. Using PH#1 screwdriver, loose eighteen screws and remove the metal mounting with the LED PCBs. Using slotted screwdriver, separate the PCB from the metal part. Note that this step is destructive. Using slotted screwdriver, separate the PCB from the metal part. Note that this step is destructive.
    • Using PH#1 screwdriver, loose eighteen screws and remove the metal mounting with the LED PCBs.

    • Using slotted screwdriver, separate the PCB from the metal part. Note that this step is destructive.

  8. Remove plastic parts with PH#1 screwdriver and unscrew seven screws used to attach them to  the metal-casing. Remove plastic parts with PH#1 screwdriver and unscrew seven screws used to attach them to  the metal-casing.
    • Remove plastic parts with PH#1 screwdriver and unscrew seven screws used to attach them to the metal-casing.

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

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