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I don't recall that model exactly, but most of the Mitsubishi's that were too large to fit through a door had a way of hinging the mirror into the back of the set. It usually required removing about four screws around the mirror protrusion, lifting slightly and it swings in.
 

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Thank you for your response. I looked at the back. There are four deep holes, but it does not look like they are screws. Do you know what it could be if not a screw? I want to have the proper tool.

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If it is one that the mirror hinges in it uses philips screws. Some have allen or philips screws on the side that allow the top section with the mirror to come off. I do not recal the design of that unit specifically.
 
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