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Mitsubishi TV Screen Water Stain Problem

I have a 60'' mitsubishi rear projection TV and my 2 year old sprayed it down with milk which caused a 10'' long x 3'' high grayish black streak marking at the very bottom of the screen. My guess is that the liquids got trapped between layer 1 and layer 2. Is this something that can be fixed without having to replace the screen?

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Haven't had my TV for Very long and no water or Juices were dumped But yet i have Gray fading darker at the bottom of my screen. This is the 2nd TV Mitsubishi this has happened to and All I did was change the channel.. Why is this happening and What can be done about it,, FED UP BIGTIME... haven't even had this TV for 2 months

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You can use warm water and a soft cloth to try and clean it, but it will probably leave some evidence that liquid existed between the two layers at some point. Mitsubishi will deal screens directly to their customers if you ask nice enough and are willing to install yourself.

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