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you mean clean the screen ??
any solution designed to work with perspex or acrylic will be perfect.
try "uvex" products or those designed for perspex motorcycle crash helmet visors.
i had a few rear projection tvs over the years and normal everyday household polish didnt do mine any harm at all.
also a damp cloth will remove fingerprints but will leave smears. so skip the washing stage and just use an everday household polish without beeswax in it ,cos that puts a waxy coating on it.
stay away from any alchohol based products.and if in doubt try the uvex stuff
http://www.envirosafetyproducts.com/product/Uvex-Clear-Lens-Cleaning-Solution-16-ounce-Pump.html available outside the us as well, made for cleaning safety glasses,
the drive has one lens, that works for both cd's and dvd's. when it reads a dvd it uses a higher light frequency, however when reading a cd it will use a lower light frequency. the lens is most likely dirty, which is why the high frequency light aka dvd is working but not the low frequency light aka cd. a specialized lens cleaning cd may be needed. or if you want to do it manually open the drive exposing the lens, then get a q-tip and some rubbing alchohol. dip the q-tip in the rubbing alchohol and rub the lens gently in a circlular motion. then turn the q-tip over to the dry side and do the same to dry it. thank you for using fixya!
This error means that either the ink cartridge is bad, or the copper contacts between the cartridge and the cartridge slot is bad. Try cleaning them with rubbing alchohol and a q-tip, or try a new ink cartridge.
Try cleaning the printhead with warm water. Alcohol doesn't work with that ink. As far as a new one is concerned, try discount stores like Wal-Mart. You can also get remanufactured ones at good prices or even do it yourself.
I'd suggest a new battery, if money is no problem but otherwise, if you have a volt-meter of some kind, you could read the voltage output of the charger and compare that to what it says it should be in the input-output list usually printed on the underside. If it's fine, I'd try carefully cleaning the phone's battery and charger contacts with a small amount of rubbing alchohol and some cotton swabs or tooth-picks lightly wrapped in toilet or tissue paper. If it still refuses to work, you could see if a sales-clerk at your local phone store would let you try a new battery to see if it would work. Otherwise, you could attempt internal repair/cleaning like I outlined here- keys won't work on sanyo mm 8300 phone. Hope this helps, TechnoWolfy.
Most likely the water renered it useless for a while. Try drying it out more, DO NOT HEAT IT, or spray it at all. If you have a techy friend who would give it a shot, they could open up the phone and try cleaning away the corrosion that that water damage caused with contact spray or rubbing alchohol and a soft bristle toothbursh.