Question about Televison & Video
Had this tv for 10 years now works great but I have never cleaned it on the inside. I am sure there are cob webs and years of dust collected inside. I would hope this would improve my picture quality. Could you advise what are the main parts I should clean and how would I access these parts? Do I go through the front or back of the TV? Is it ok to use vinegar and water to clean the mirrors and lenses? Any other tips you could provide would be greatly appreciated. TY Ian Maxwell
Posted on Aug 17, 2009
Do not use water or vinegar. use a can of air spray first just as you would use for your computer. Once all the dust has cleared then use a wetnap with vinegar. Not too wet though as you must remember that vinegar is an extractent. Meaning it will not take much to clead those visible parts and mirror only. bulbs may need to be taken off and yes open from the rear of the unit.
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