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Don't. Unless there are some really big specks of dirt inside the lens then they will have no effect at all on picture taking. To prevent the problem getting worse always store your lens with it's front and rear caps on and inside a lens bag. Also make sure that your camera bag is clean and isn't shedding fibres from the inner linings.

Dismantling your lens to clean it is really a job best left to a professional who will then additionally check and clean/lubricate the moving parts inside the lens.

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Over time the Blue CRT in your projection screen produces a thin layer of fungal growth over the top of the tube. This attracts dust particles and as they collect they blocks the light from getting to your screen. This seems to happen with only blue CRT's. To clean it remove lenz and use a damp terry cloth with a water and bleach solution. Wipe the convex part of the tube untill it is free of all dirt and fungi. Replace lenz and get ready to enjoy a very sharp picture.

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This sounds fairly typical of dust, grit or gunk on the scanner "lenz". Could also be that some of the components of the "lenz" have failed or been scratched.

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