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MARKS ON SCREEN

HELLO,
MY SON SPILLED APPLE JUICE ON THE SCREEN AND THERE ARE MARKS IN THE BOTTOM CORNERS ON THE UNIT. I REMOVED THE SCREEN AND TRIED TO CLEAN IT BUT WITH NO SUCESS. CAN YOU SUGGEST SOMETHING TO CLEAN THE BACK TWO SCREENS??

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  • sharkmn69 Feb 16, 2008

    THANKS MIKE!!!

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There are two screens..the lenticular..and the fresnal...you can try to pull them apart(very fragile!) and clean them but you must be careful not leave any water or moister between them(blowdry or wipe completely dry after cleaning with damp cloth) do not rub too hard...just spray warm water on the rag and carefully wipe clean ...then dry. Putting the screens back together isn't too tricky but let me stress..these screens cannot be bent or they will break...pull them off with two people(one on each side)..also you will have to take the front cover off because the screens are literally clamped down to the front cover.....good luck...let me know if you need futher assistance..........mike

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