Question about Mitsubishi WD62327 TV
When i watch a hockey game with a white background i have black dots on the screen i believe this is dust on the mirrors is there anyway to clean without taking off screen (is that easy to do) ie take a blower and blow it thru the vents
I had the same problem and it is just dust. While it was still under warranty, I had it cleaned and observed how it was done and is really simple as there is only like 7 screws you need to take off. He used some high end rubbing alcohol (not the kind you buy at the pharmacy) that had a higher percentage of alcohol. He also suggested canned air but you need to be super careful as you do not want any of the liquid to come out.
You have to be uber careful as the mirrors in this TV are not like your bathroom mirrors where the reflection is on the underside of the glass. These mirrors have the reflecton on top of the glass and can be scratched super easy.
I clean mine regularly and I use the swiffer dusters, it works awesome!
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
A friend of mine had the same problem. It is dust on the mirrors, but I recommend you have it professionally cleaned. They had theirs done and it fixed the problem
Posted on Feb 07, 2008
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