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I had surgery on my left eye.Tare in the retina and a caterac, a little lazer surgery. Now I have a swollen cornea.What can I do to help.

It may take over a month to see a cornea specialist.Will Muro 128 help?

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Take the drum unit out and lightly dab the roller on the drum (not the roller on the toner!) There is probably toner on that roller and it will leave black spots on your paper. I'm not a professional so take this from someone who may not know what they are talking about. I just had the same problem though and that's what it said to do in the manual! You can use Isoproply Alcohol (lightly, not soaked) on the qtip. It says to not "rub" as it may damage it so just gently dab.

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SOURCE: My monitor seem's to be fine but i am having eye problem's.

Its better if you could take some weeks off from your monitor . Consult with an eye surgery specialist. He will give you advice on how vulnerable your eye is.

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