Question about Daewoo DSP4210GM 42 in. Plasma Television
I know, a big no no, however it has been done and I was wondering if there was a magic formula out there that would repair the streaks. It's not visible when the tv is on and only visable if you stand close enough to it when off. But enough where I notice it and don't like it :(
Thanks in advance for any advice offered.
Use a cloth like you would use to clean your eye glasses, and it takes a lil while, but let the t.v screen kinda dry and then use the cloth and try rubbing the streaks out, it takes a lil while to do but this worked for me. and even breath on the tougher areas that won\'t come out then wipe it with the cloth. this worked for me, but you have to get the ammona out of the pores of the t.v glass. it sucks and don\'t ever use chemical on your flat screens. but it is possible to get it back looking new if you try good enough. i think maybe t.v companies and repair shops don\'t want you to know this cuz its bad business to not have to buy a new t.v or pay huge repair cost for them to get the glass looking new again. but the chemical imbeds its self in the screen so you have to rub it until it all gets out of the pores. anyway... good luck!!! i did the same thing knowing it wasn\'t good for the t.v but there where smugges i wanted off the screen!
Posted on Oct 03, 2013
Umm yeah i did the same things too but with some spray that im wont mention. It has left a blob at the bottom of the screen.....ekkk..
Its okay when the screen is on but when off can be seen .. :(
had a quote and was $1000 to fix....not worth it
now ive learned for my next tv i buy
Posted on May 01, 2008
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