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Set working fine and then started getting blue box warning on Fan#1 failure.

Bought replacement fan and then started pulling the guts to get to the fan. Seemed toooooo easy and then i hit a roadblock. How do you get the plastic shroud open which holds the fan in order to replace the fan? I see no visible screws at all now and am considering just cutting the plastic, replacing the fan, and then glueing it back together.

Or, is there a right way to do this?

Here is a picture of what I see:


Can anyone help me with this?
 

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You do not have to cut any plastic to remove the fan. If you cannot figure out how to remove it without doing so I suggest you get a professional to complete the repair. IIRC, you have to remove the light engine on these sets to change the fan, but other than that, it is pretty obvious.
 
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