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Can not remove a dirty water blot stain from screen on a HDTV screen. Tryed to clean off but can not remove.

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You have to be careful when cleaning HDTV screens- some (like LCDs) are sensitive to pressure and should you press hard enough you could effectively crush the electronics in that part of the screen and turn them into an irreversible black spot.

Personally, when I have to clean my screens, I buy commercial screen cleaner and a pack of disposable lint free cloths. Spray the cleaner on the screen, then wipe it with the cloth. Don't use a lot of spray (one pump at a time) and make sure you do this when the screen is off and let it dry completely (about 1-5 min) before turning it back on.

NEVER EVER EVER SCRAPE ANYTHING OFF A FLAT PANEL SCREEN OF ANY TYPE!!

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