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Specks of dirt inside monitor

My NEC Multisync LCD 1560NX has a couple of irritating specs of dust or dirt behind its face plate. Is there anyway of getting inside to clean this? (I tried unscrewing the five bolts in the back, but was unable to lift it off the front. Seemed like something else was holding it.) As hmbhmb says, this is not a problem with dead pixels. We know what dead pixels look like, and it's definitely dirt. Is there a way to safely get behind the screen, and how would you go about cleaning it and removing the dirt specs safely without adding more dirt or problems?

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From the sounds of your problem, you have a few dead pixels. This is a problem that can exist in LCD displays that have not been quality tested or have been damaged in some other way. If the unit is still under warranty, I would see if it could be exchanged for another monitor. Short of replacing the LCD screen, you would only be left with the option of living with the aggravation. P.S. The main reason you couldn't get the monitor apart is due to the fact that there are plastic clips mated with indentations in the other half of the housing that must be released before it will seperate. They are about every 4 inches around the entire seam of the two halves. Hope this helps.

Posted on Oct 04, 2007

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pop the front grill off and you will see some screws onthe bottom of the screen. pull these out and the grey trim peice should pull right off.

Posted on Oct 14, 2007

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i have a 60 inch all i did was take the tub off of the back and use a duster to remove all of the webs and then use a dust free cloth and some windex and clean the bulbs

Posted on Dec 09, 2007

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That oil is glycol and is a coolant for the tube. Hope you didn't get the oil on the circuits because it is conductive and the tv will not operate with the oil on it. Must be completely full. Can be bought a electronic parts distributors or a tv shop could order you a bottle. Hope you just removed one tube only. Make sure you seal it back good

Posted on Dec 30, 2007

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If they are dead there isn't anything u can do except order a replacement panel, or get a new TV.

Posted on Apr 30, 2008

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