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How do I remove back cover on LG TV 55UB8500

I removed all the screws from the back cover yet it seems to still have resistance. Do not want to cause any damage while removing it and want to confirm how I should apply pressure to remove it correctly.

There's no place to properly pull without being concerned on causing damage to back cover. The only place that I can actually grab is by the HDMI ports and I'm concerned that will crack if I pull to firmly.

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Did u ever figure this Out? Having same issue driving me nuts

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Hi Steven, are all of the screws from around the perimeter removed? I cannot tell for sure but from the picture you posted it looks like there might be a screw still present in the upper right.

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All of he screws are removed. I spoke to a tech at a repair shop...apparently they use a strong tape that helps the back and the frame adhere to each other. I cannot get anything to go between the two (w/o) causing damage...to make the back start separating. They say they have a plastic tool that they use to help pry them apart. I really do not want to have to pay $50 to just get the two apart....but may have to :-(

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We sell plastic prying tools for much less that should help safely separate the two.

https://www.ifixit.com/Store/Tools/all?f...

A spudger and plastic card should be all you need.

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Spudger or no spudger ( I have 3 ) it’s still a ##&&% to do. I’m yet to succeed

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Does it seem stuck over by the recessed connectors. I remember fighting two small phillips screws. Tape? what tape ?

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I did it after a walk away time . My model no was slightly different and it was the tape holding it . I was maybe over cautious as I didn’t want to damage the screen . Most annoyingly mines only 6 months old and technically under warranty . I wouldn’t get far on that though in the Cayman Islands. Now I’ve identified the capacitors I’m just going to upgrade them all

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If anyone’s curious it’s a 49UH6030 . From my experience not a product I’d recommend. I knew it was going to fail it was just when

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