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Sony SXRD Rear Projection TV

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    Sony SXRD Rear Projection TV

    I recently found a busted 60" Sony SXRD TV outside of my apartment near a dumpster. The front screen was broken but other than that it seemed to be in pretty good shape, besides being a little dusty. I was able to get it into my apartment and am considering taking it apart to look for anything of value. Does anyone know of anything in particular I should look for or have any advice as to how to go about dissembling it? I am new to scrapping and don't really know what I'm doing, but it seemed like something I shouldn't pass up. Thanks!

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    and this about the liquid by the lenses

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