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Cleaning tv screen protector cover

My tv screen cover has a grimey film on it that needs to be cleaned on both sides.also how can i remove the screen protector to clean between it and the tv screen

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MAKE SURE YOU USE A LINT FREE CLOTH AND NO ALCOHOL OR OTHER CLEANING PRODUCTS,IF ITS A LCD I WOULD'NT RECAMEND TAKING THE COVER OFF

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Tablet Smartphone how can i replace screen protector without air bubbles like Pro does ?


1) Make sure device screen is ABSOLUTELY clean.
2) Make sure your hands, and workspace are also clean and lint free, then DOUBLE CHECK #1 above.
3) The pro's use a "wetting" solution to settle the protector onto the screen but NOTE ! wetness is generally bad for electronics !, so " a little, is good. More is NOT better!"
4) A small plastic squeegee is usually included with any "quality" protector kit. USE IT GENTLY! move the squeegee from the center toward the edges, pushing excess solution or bubbles as you go. Excess pressure stretches the protector and causes bubbles to form as the protector settles.
5) Once the protector is bubble free, in the correct place, and not hanging over the edges. LEAVE IT ALONE 'TILL IT DRIES AND SETS.

NOTES If your protector is one that uses an adhesive coating to hold it in place, DON'T TOUCH THE ADHESIVE SIDE WITH FINGERS (or anything else for that matter) because that's what makes dimples that trap bubbles. This process is proof of the saying "You only get one chance to do it right the first time!". If after the process is complete, and if you find there are still bubbles, you may try again but the likely chance of removing and replacing the same film without damaging it is very small. Fortunately, protector screens usually aren't too expensive (compared to the price of a damaged phone/tablet). Good luck!

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INNER SCREEN NEEDS CLEANING


Here is a picture that shows you how to remove the front screen to get access to the mirror as well.
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Iphone 4s shins


Step 1: Clean your workspace. Be sure to get a flat, hard surface without a lot of fabric, liquid, dust, etc.
Step 2: Lay the phone down and clean it well with the cleaning cloth provided. Do not use any kind of cleaning fluid or water, but try to be sure that all fingerprints are gone. Especially be sure no dust or lint particles are on the screen. Before proceeding be sure that there are not a lot of dust particles gathering near you, vaccum and clean the area up a bit more if need be. You want as sterile an area as possible before continuing.
Step 3: Being careful not to touch the sticky side of the screen protector, peel back the tab where indicated. Hold the screen protector only by the sides and line it up with the phone. If you touch the sticky side of the screen protector by accident do not try to clean it off, you will only make it worse. Line up and let the screen protector fall into place from the top of the phone to the bottom. Some people choose to use a credit card or thin piece of plastic to smooth out bubbles as the screen protector makes contact with their device, however this is usually not recommended by the makers of the screen protectors or the phone. The choice is yours, but bubbles are meant to smooth out over time, so take that into consideration.
Steap 4: Once the screen protector is on the device if it is straight and you can see bubbles but no lint or dust beneath it, you are successful, give it a few days for the bubbles to dissipate. If it is not on straight, you may be lucky enough to be able to lift it up and place it better without fault, however this is risky. If lint or dust has gotten between your phone and the screen protector you have likely failed, there is little recourse from here, other than removing the screen protector, cleaning the device, and trying with a new screen protector altogether.

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I have a Mitsubishi 60"


there may be dust behind the screen & also on the reflecting glass. u will see that upper back portion cover is removable. remove it & see that glass there is glass on inner side of cover. clean it, also clean the screen. u will see there are 3 picture tubes faces on bottom side, clean all of them.

if it does not work then u can increase brightness of tv by increasing "screen" control of tv which is on the lower back portion of tv. this can be done by any tv repair expert only.

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My sanding 55 in rear projection tv has several hundred dots on the screen and getting worse each day. How can this be fixed?


u need to unplug tv, remove cover of upper back portion which is behind the screen. u will see a mirror fitted on inside of back cover clean both screen, mirror. u will also find on bottom side 3 picture tubes. clean them as well.

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Good morning, I need to clean inside of my Toshiba 50A60 model tv screen, I do you remove screen?


Yes I Had The Same problem , if your handy with fixing things this will
work.
Step 1- unplug the TV from wall socket
Step 2- disconnect all devices like VCR's DVD Players from the TV
Step 3- remove the speaker covers from the TV
Step 4 - There are 14 screws on front cover, remove these with a
Philips driver, set cover aside
clean with soft brush and wash with water
Step 5- Gently raise the cover straight up to release it from its supports
Once cleared from supports , remove the cover.

Tips- Make sure you don't scratch any of the screens or CRTs

You can clean the mirror with any glass cleaner, make sure to wipe it
clean , water and vinegar does a good job to eliminate streaks.

Use a soft duster to clean the dust from the circut boards
Tip - Remember take it easy when cleaning

When your finished cleaning, just reverse the steps

It Worked for Me


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Need to remove screen cover


you have to remove the back of the tv to clean the inside screen.

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Coating film on screen has a 'hole' after cleaning


Not panic!

I'm reading it and i did it again, to give you the advise. the plasma screen is glass that's sure, then:

The actual problem is really simple. because i remember my last jobs with plasma and this is actually a film protector the manufacture use when the part is not installed yet in the actual tv set.
  • Your husband is right. (but the plastic is like one or two inches inside the frame and is hold it by the frame and the screws attaching the display.
  • if the tv is under manufacture's warranty have them clean their mistake. call them and make them peel it off for you.
  • but if there is not any waranty on it. then the solution is as you can figure it out . Have some one who can actually take all parts apart and finally peel off this film and put anything back together as is now. to let the tv cristal clear at the front.

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You can remove the screen, take the speaker cover off in the front you sould be able to see the screws that hold the screen on the bottom remove the screws and unplug the wire the goes to the screen fron the tv, you need two people one on each side just pop each side up about an inch and pull it off,

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Try this: The bottom cover of the TV, with the speaker grills, pulls out. It is usually held in plave with little rubber or velcro holders. Grab the left and right sides and tug outward and it should pop off. With the cover off you will see the screws under the protector, holding it in place. Remove those screws and the protector should slide upward and then outward.

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