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I need to move my Mitsubishi WS 65905 but will need to take it apart.


Since it is designed to come apart one would think it would come with directions on doing so. However I haven't found any. Does anyone know where I can get directions for doing this?


Any cautions I should be aware of when doing this?


Should I have someone come give it a tune up after moving it?


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Mark
 

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Are there set up instructions in the manual? If not, why don't you contact whomever set it up for you.


After you find or obtain the set up directions, start at the bottom and work your way up. Then read down to put it back together.


As for after reassembly tuneup, that will depend on what is in the eye of you, the beholder.


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Mark,

Look on the back of the Mits. Half way up on both sides there is a small black screw. Unscrew both sides. This will allow you to slide the plastic side covers out the back of the tv. This will reveal two large screws on each side. Remove those screws and just lift off the top part of the tv. I you need more help with your Mits check out this site. http://www.***************.com


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It sounds like this would be a good time to get the Mitsubishi Service Manual for your TV. You can call customer service and order one, mine arrived within a few days. It has completely disassembly instructions as well as the codes to all of the service menus. It's a little pricey though, I think mine was around $65 for the 65907.


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