Question about Televison & Video
A mild detergent soap and hot/warm water.
Use it in moderation.
Mix up some dish washing soap and warm/hot water in a bowl. Use a lint free cloth and dunk it into the water and then wring it out. Wipe the screen down and repeat until clean.
Then use plain water to wipe the screen (on a wringed out cloth) to remove any residue until you have purged and dried the screen.
Tips: Make sure you use a lint free and soft cloth. Make sure you wring out the cloth so that you only have minimal water or soap on it.
DO NOT use alcohol or ammonia based cleaner on the screen.
Expect to spend around 10-15 minutes to properly clean the screen.
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
We always recommend the professional cleaners found at your electronics store, but you can very carefully clean with a scratch free cloth and a little warm water. The most important thing is to not let it run down into the frame of the screen, it will get in between the layers and can ruin the screens. If you have a screen protector, you can just wipe it clean with minimal water. If you don't you will see and feel the vertical grooves of the lenitcular screen.. if this is the case, you need something to get between the grooves, like a terry cloth or even a clean toothbrush. If warm water doesn't work, step up to mild soap, if no luck there, then try windex but it can destroy some screens with repeated use. Let me know where I can help.
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
I had the exact same problem and the fix is easy to do. Unplug the TV first of all and wheel it out so you can easily get to all of the rear screws.
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