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SI-TEX chart plotter, cleaned screen w/ windex. made it cloudy

What can i do to bring the sreen quality back?

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Washed sceen with a mild cloth and clean warm water. It still has a little haze however w/ the plotter turned on it is almost impossible to notice the haze

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