are you sure your actual job is the one you told us, right?
Ok, here's the TV... what a great fate for it... to finish its live inside a rock'n'roll video game cabinet
I'll move all the stuff inside the original metal frame. As usual, I'm using a *template* piece of cardboard, in order to avoid any contact between the electronic board and that metal frame.
I'm lazy... I don't want to remove the wires between the circuit board and the screen/anode
So, I'll bring *carefully* the circuit board ON my *template* cardboard protection, like this !!! OF COURSE, YOU MUST DISCHARGE THE SCREEN BEFORE TOUCHING IT !!!
Ok, it's done. Let's remove the 2 original screws between the screen and the PLASTIC TV FRAME, and fix the top part of the screen on the METAL FRAME, like this
(note that the two original screws between the PLASTIC TV FRAME and the screen are still there)
Now, let's finish the job with the 2 remaining fixations. Done
Let's replace the temporary cardboard by this tiny but strong piece of wood, between the circuit board and the metal frame :
Now ready to be inserted in the cab'