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Dust behind screen

Small dust particles have gathered behind the screen making it hardly ledgible, is there a way to clean/remove these dust particles?

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Take off the screen cover (the plastic) with a pin and clean it with a (magic) cloth.

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Dc59 I removed the clear canister but the inside with the chambers with a mesh cover are filled with a fine powder. How to I clean?


I have the same buildup of very fine, powderlike, dust/dirt particles behind the mesh screen.

I do not doubt your technological explanation as to why/how this accumulation has occurred but there is another issue created by this buildup and an concern to go with it.

The issue is that this accumulation literally stinks. We have 4 cats and a dog which is likely why there is such an odor. There must be a way to remove this stuff.

The concern is that, after putting up with the stinky Dyson and the continued accumulation, the "dust" will eventually completely fill the space behind the mesh screen. When that screen is completely filled is the only solution we have is to spend another $600 for a new Dyson?

The Dyson is not your typical disposable technology that we often buy today. We chose to spend the extra $ for the Dyson because of the spirit cleaning of the unit. Had we known the unit would, within 6 mos., begin to stink and would likely need to be thrown away within two years we would have purchased a less expensive brand.

Since we have learned now that Dysons are stinky and disposable units we can run it under water, let it dry and hope for the best?
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How to clean an LCD TV


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Step 1: Clean your workspace. Be sure to get a flat, hard surface without a lot of fabric, liquid, dust, etc.
Step 2: Lay the phone down and clean it well with the cleaning cloth provided. Do not use any kind of cleaning fluid or water, but try to be sure that all fingerprints are gone. Especially be sure no dust or lint particles are on the screen. Before proceeding be sure that there are not a lot of dust particles gathering near you, vaccum and clean the area up a bit more if need be. You want as sterile an area as possible before continuing.
Step 3: Being careful not to touch the sticky side of the screen protector, peel back the tab where indicated. Hold the screen protector only by the sides and line it up with the phone. If you touch the sticky side of the screen protector by accident do not try to clean it off, you will only make it worse. Line up and let the screen protector fall into place from the top of the phone to the bottom. Some people choose to use a credit card or thin piece of plastic to smooth out bubbles as the screen protector makes contact with their device, however this is usually not recommended by the makers of the screen protectors or the phone. The choice is yours, but bubbles are meant to smooth out over time, so take that into consideration.
Steap 4: Once the screen protector is on the device if it is straight and you can see bubbles but no lint or dust beneath it, you are successful, give it a few days for the bubbles to dissipate. If it is not on straight, you may be lucky enough to be able to lift it up and place it better without fault, however this is risky. If lint or dust has gotten between your phone and the screen protector you have likely failed, there is little recourse from here, other than removing the screen protector, cleaning the device, and trying with a new screen protector altogether.

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My Dell Precision M6 shuts down when viewing a video from an ad, or U Tube or TNT, USA, etc?


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when the CPU is hard at work such as viewing a video or listening to music, the fan usually ahs to work harder. the fact that the system shuts down is act of fsuing the notebook to avoid further damage. you have to clean the fan (lots of dust gathers around it inside). Make sure system is shut down, unplug power cord from notebook. Remove battery, memory, hard disk drive, DVD ROM/burner. Take the bottom case cover off entirtely and clean by using strong blower to eliminate the dust . Go over withs everal passes until no more debris is evident . Take a small screw driver place inside the fins of the fan, hold it from spinning while removing the dust with blower.

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I found some dust particles behind Lenovo L215p


i think you better not try to dismantle your lcd, even if you have a manual or video instructions, you might have problems that may arise, for example not fitting it back again in proper fitment, maybe try using a vacuum cleaner fitter with a suction or something, i would not advise opening your lcd just to clean it, it would be a waste if you have done cleaning it but eventually ending up with a clean lcd but not functioning.

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Clean dust from tablet pc screen


You have to remove the screw covers (the black squares around the screen), remove the screws and gentley pry the cover open with yor finger nails or a flat head screw driver, but be careful not to dent the sides with the screw driver. You can then take a can of air and blow the dust out. I would not touch the sensetive screen under neath. You could take a anti static, micro fiber cloth to wipe off the tough stuff.

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Clean dust from tablet pc screen


Hello,

I have an R10 tablet.
I once asked a Toshiba certified technician if I could remove the screen cover and I was told that I am not supposed to do that.

Maybe you shoul take the unit to a Toshiba repair center in your town, or country.

Hope it helps.




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when u say setup screen I assume you mean the bios setup screen;which probably means ur hard drive is corrupted.
Make sure u have a os cd in drive and turn pc on to boot from disk,if you get a message in the black screen saying no operation system or no drive,turn off pc and remove hard drive ,check for dust and bent pins and replace making sure its seated(fitted)properly.the action of removing hd and refitting usually does the trick due to small particles of dust which act like conductors and can cause shorts.
if u dont see that message but have the option to install ;go ahead and install in next screen(blue setup)sys checks for exististing os ;if it finds one it asks to confirm install or repair,you can choose either one,both options take about the same time.though I always prefer to install clean (new) copy and delete partition,create new partition and format before install.

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Sider webs


Here's my suggestion: I have a 55" Philips HDTV and I live in an area known for excessive dust and more than a fair share of spiders. I checked online and found that there are usually 1-4 access panels that can be removed for cleaning, repair, etc. Here are my steps: 1. Remove the upper most panel (usually a trapezoid-shaped plastic "box"). There are anywhere from 1-4 "hangers" that, once all the screws are removed, will hold the panel in place while you are unscrewing the last few screws. 2. Remove the panel and clean with a lint-free cloth the entire inside of the panel. This is an area where a lot of dust and spider webs can be found. 3. Grab your vacuum cleaner and carefully clean away all the spider webs. Making sure you don't bump into the inside of the projector screen! 4. Spray a small amount of dust cleaner or window cleaner on the lint-free cloth and run the entire length of the TV. Clean all surfaces this way except the reflector (mirror). It is best to clean the mirror with compressed air (get it anywhere - usually in the computer section). 5. Using a flashlight or bare lightbulb, thoroughly inspect all surfaces for dust and spiderwebs. And, of course, clean anything missed the first time around. 6. Using a clean lint-free cloth (I find cotton underwear from Wal-Mart works the best), spray a very small amount of window cleaner (streak-free Windex, etc.) on the cloth and rub the cloth together until almost dry. Then, simply wipe all three lenses clean. 7. Replace the back panel and pay close attention to the alignment of the holes to ensure the screw goes back in the same way it came (if not, the panel could ultimately lose the seal and allow for more dust). 8. Allow for several minutes drying time before turning the set back on. Hints: 1. Clean the speaker area, too. 2. Repeat the process at least each 30 - 45 days to ensure optimal performance. 3. Use a small computer fan to circulate air behind the set if the area gathers excessive dust. They're quiet and can be purchased (almost anywhere - Radio Shack, Wal-Mart, etc.)with switches that are easily accessible.

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