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PHILIPS 14" TV/VIDEO COMBI HELP?

Discussion in 'Televisions' started by guysie, Oct 16, 2005.

  1. guysie

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    Hi help would be appreciated, I need to remove the back cover of this video combi, I have removed the 4 screws from the back cover but it will not fully come off.
    The only thing that is left is a small star shaped screw any ideas would be appreciated.
    This philips model is the 14pv there are a lot of these units around. :lease:
     
  2. JayCee

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    The type of screwdriver you need is a "TORX" probably a T20 size.
     
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    Hi Jaycee thanks for your reply. :thumbsup:
    Will removing this torx screw definately remove the back cove of this philips tv vcr combi?
     
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    Yes, there are usually 6 Torx screws on Philips Combis, so it looks as though someone has replaced them with "Philips" type screws at some point?....or was there only 1 screw holding it together?
    Why do you want to remove the back cover anyway?
     
  5. guysie

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    I got this set brand new about 18 months ago, there were 4 philips screws and this one torx screw which is in almost where the back of the tube is.

    The long plastic on /off button has come off, thats why i need to remove the back cover.
    Thanks for your help.

    Guy
     

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