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Screen seems dirty from the inside. How do you clean?

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  • bulldozas Oct 16, 2010

    Sorry, but clips are not obvioius...cover seems to be held by screws or bolts.

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Around the rim of the screen there is a plastic cover you can pull this off there are clips holding it then you can take protection screen off and clean

Posted on Oct 16, 2010

  • bulldozas Oct 16, 2010

    Sorry, but plastic cover seems to be attached with screws, not clips.

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