How I fixed my Samsung LN32A450
when it went all white photo negative on me

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Now let's remove that frame thing holding some circuit board plug in looking stuff. Remove the 4 black screws and away we go...
...but first, remove the ribbon cable from lets call it the backlight circuit board?? Let's say I'm right.
Random picture showing me removing another one of the black screws. Thank goodness I didn't have to pay for the film & prints like in the "old days".
I kept the tape on the ribbon cable & pulled it off the metal frame beneath so I could just tape it back on after the mission was complete.
Same as the other side.
I unplugged this from the thing.
I then pulled the frame off and set it to the side with an evergrowing pile of tv parts.
Tada! Thinking I should have just taken it to a tv repair person yet? Well I was.
Almost there, next fliped it over (I mean gently eased the screen to an upright position) and removed 11 screws from the top and 2 from each side.
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