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Screen cleaning solution, smudge underneath display

Cleaned 46HM95 screen with electronic safe DLP screen cleaner. Solution dripped down underneath screen by the Toshiba emblem. the screen is now clean and dry but now there is a black smudge, almost looks like a ink smear, spread across bottom portion of screen. The liquid solution moves when the display is pressed, which is trapped inside the screen. The smudge seems to be disappearing, as the solution could be evaporating. Otherwise the picture is good. Any ideas besides don't let cleaning solution run down to bottom of screen and collect??

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Try using a blow dryer.

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