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My son sprayed our tv with a fine mist. I wiped it up once I noticed it, bit now hours later there's blackish grey streeks on the screen when I turn it on. I assume it's mosture inside the TV.. how can I fix this before hubby comes home?

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  • enchanted_ph Feb 02, 2009

    Thanks for the advice... the problem is the tv is huge and I can't move it myslef, there's no way I can clean it. Ah well hopefully he'll realise it's just a tv and not freak out too badly? I mean it's not broken right?

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Ok you have to unscrew the screws on the upper backpanal of the tv to access the inside of the screen(be carefull yhe mirror is connected to this panal!) one back is off wipe and c;ean inside of screen and wile its open you might as well clean the mirror and the lenses too! you will notice a better picture! now just screw panal back into place and your done! dont be scared its not hard to do at all! Now you better move it before you husband gets home!
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