Small scratches and watermarks that I can't get rid of.
I recently bought a second-hand F900P and lately I have started to notice some minor, barely visible scratches and watermarks on the surface of it. The marks are so dim that you can only see it if you reflect light in the room to the monitor so they are not really very disturbing. Still, no matter how much i try to clean it (I'm using EMTEC Screen Cleaning fluid) with paper napkins they just wont go away. How do I get rid of them? Are these scratches and watermarks small damages on some outer coating of my monitor screen? If so, how do I get rid of the coating and would it even be wise, considering they aren't all that disturbing in the first place?
Thanks in advance =)
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you should do the following tasks:
Press the left side of the TV with your hand, if the colors got disappeared, fortunately the flat cable inside the TV causes the problem. But
If the problem still insists, the panel board inside the TV got corrupted and you must change it with a new one.
Hello, a week ago the small second hand (not long chrono second hand) got stucked and my irony swatch just stop moving. Although the chronometer could be running if started... The small hand just didn't move.
I tried different tricks, like removing battery, pull out main wheel and use chrono buttons to reset arms. Etc.
Today I noticed that when turning the wheel backwards a couple of times (one or two hours back) the little hand moved one second back... Pushing wheel back to On possition made the small hand move forward one second and get stucked again.
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Sounds like there is a problem with the game disk, most likely it being scratched and unable to load data. If you purchased the game recently, try returning/exchanging it for another copy. If not, you can try getting the disk re-surfaced. Many
video/game/electronic stores that deal with second-hand games will
often re-surface the game (probably for a small fee) which will remove
the scratches from the disk and make it readable by the system.
Take closer look and you will notice the small seconds hand which should be working. The dig seconds hand actually is chronometer hand and will work only when the chronometer function is engaged. Push the top button once=chronometer will start. Push the top button once more=chronometer will stop. Push the bottom button once=chronometer will return to zero.
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Look in your owners manuel...it should tell you how to disable teh watermark...that make is so you can identify your pictures if you post them somewhere...that way people cant copy and past without you knowing its your picture...in the finished(printed) shot it should be barely visable.
Dale, Have you tryed yet to clean the lens surface on the dvd player yet ?? A small build-up of film or dust can make a cd/dvd player's tracking ability to go downhill quit fast. The lens Im talking about it on the Laser Pick-Up assy. Us an approved cleaning disc to do this or take off the top cover and take a small q-tip with just damped with alcohol. Very carefully clean the surface in a circular motion and let dry then clean again with a dry q-tip to get off anything lefyt on the lens. Now for the disc. Those small scratchs can be gotten rid of with a disc resurfacer. The disc resurfacer will work on very minor and shallow scratchs. you can only get rid of them if you dont see any dark inside the scratch or you can barley feel the scratch with your thumb nail. If the cleaning dosent assist you then the unit will neeed a tracing/focus alighnment and thi is something you cannot do unles you have an alighnment/service manual and the proper equipment-ie scope & alighnment disc's. Good Luck