How would you replace or fix plastic screen on a Hitachi 51 inch TV which has a little scratch?
ALL BIG SCREENS HAVE A PLASTIC COVER...SO I IMAGINE THE COVER IS SCRATCHED! REPACE COVER? CALL A TV REPAIR FOR QUOTE
If it's anything like my 87 was (and it should be, they're basically the same car from 87 to 91), you have to take apart the door panel so that you can get the little plastic cover for the mirror off, where you can then get the screws off. There's also a little white plastic clip in there, just squeeze those with some pliers to get it off.
each light has a little slot on each plastic cover where you could put a screwdriver along the side. put the screwdriver in it a pull down the plastic piece is only snapped in. once you pull it down the piece comes off exposing the bulb. than you just pull the bulb out and replace it. Hopefully that helped a little.
* The chickens scratch the around ground looking for food to eat * My Grandma was very upset when she found the kids toys had left a nasty scratch on her polished wooden floor. * I love my little cat, we play all the time, however his claws are so sharp he can scratch me very easily. * Sometime when you have and itch, you just have to give it a good scratch
My Grandma was very upset when she found the kids toys had left a nasty scratch on her polished wooden floor. The chickens love scratch the ground looking for food to eat Sometime when you have and itch, you just have to give it a good scratch I love my little cat, we play all the time, however his claws are so sharp he can scratch me very easily.
Do you have to unscrew the plastic surrounding the headlight to repair a bulb in a 1999 Honda Civic Ex?
just behind the headlamp lens assemblies you'll find little plastic doors that you open to access the bulbs,.... pay attention to the location of the lowbeam bulb lens before you open the doors or you'll be replacing the highbeam bulbs. it's straighforward from there--just unplug the old bulb, plug in the new one and shut the little plastic door.
On our ZR-2, there was a plastic tab/strip that locks the assembly in place. The top of the strip sticks up a little, on the back side of the frame the radiator mounts to. You pull up on the strip (I used a screwdriver), that releases the assembly There's a little plastic nub on the back side of the headlight that the strip/tab locks onto. Easy if you know the trick? Joe in Indy.