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Blue mark how do i get rid of blue mark on the lens

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Re: blue mark

Hi there

Wipe of the lens. If the mark is still there check if shows even without a signal into the unit.

If so , you might be looking at a burnt LCD

Posted on Mar 26, 2008

Re: blue mark

If it is on the lens itself , you can simply wipe it off.

If this mark shows even when there is no signal in the unit and you wiped of the lens , you might be looking at a burnt LCD

Posted on Mar 26, 2008

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