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Cob web I bought this tv off of the previous owner and there is a cob web inbetween the screens. How do I get this cob web out?

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The cob web is likely to be on the other side of the screen. I undid the back cover and dusted the screen from the inside. I also sprayed pesticide inside the TV (wood and corners only!)

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