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Never spray directly on a screen. If the solution seeps into the underside (back etched side of the glass) it could damage the surface. You may have to get to the inside from the rear projection area or lift of the front glass screen and remove it completely. Usually the Rear surface of the screen is etched and can be wiped clean. Go to Bed Bath and get a good streak less windows cleaner. Spray it on a soft cloth and wipe the front and/or back glass. Wipe dry with a CLOTH, not a paper towel, and when dry use a flash light to see any streaks or blemishes left behind. Clean again is necessary. Do not apply pressure, gently clean and try not to cause scratches as they show up when the projection device flashes the image on the glass portion. Put it all back they way it was and enjoy.
Oh dear! I would check your household insurance if it was an accident, just in case a replacement is required. Most items that get wet rarely recover without problems. The water should not be able to get into the screen as it is a sealed. If the water has not entered the TV, you may get away with wiping the screen with an almost dry cloth that has dilute detergent on it, (washing up liquid and warm water is fine). That will remove the streaks. Good luck!
Yes I Had The Same problem , if your handy with fixing things this will work. Step 1- unplug the TV from wall socket Step 2- disconnect all devices like VCR's DVD Players from the TV Step 3- remove the speaker covers from the TV Step 4 - There are 14 screws on front cover, remove these with a Philips driver, set cover aside clean with soft brush and wash with water Step 5- Gently raise the cover straight up to release it from its supports Once cleared from supports , remove the cover.
Tips- Make sure you don't scratch any of the screens or CRTs
You can clean the mirror with any glass cleaner, make sure to wipe it clean , water and vinegar does a good job to eliminate streaks.
Use a soft duster to clean the dust from the circut boards Tip - Remember take it easy when cleaning
When your finished cleaning, just reverse the steps
you take off the back cover all the screws down to the bottom and remove the speaker cover then remove the screws that hold the screen in on either side of the speakers and you should be able to remove it. I am not 100% certain that is how Hitachi does it but that is how my Sony is and my Panasonic was
I have a 42 inch screen and have cleaned it myself. It takes quite a bit of contortionist positions but can be done. Remove the back panel and have a microfiber cloth handy. get some invisible glass glass cleaner.....It has no soap so it cleans well. Spray the cloth lightly and the rest is reach and wipe...It does take a long time. You can also clean the lenses.GENTLY.... If you have streaks after turning it on you have to keep working on it. I couldnt come out of the process without some streaks. Its just too hard to reach the whole darn screen..I hope this helps ya out