Question about Televison & Video
Hi well in the shop I use a stuff called "Canned air" this is just a cheap spray can of compressed gas, (Nitrogen) and I use it to blast away, harmlessly, all the detritus. I also use a vacuum to immediately catch the stuff dislodged during cleaning as we don't want it getting into the internals.
Almost any Radio Shack or electronics, or electrical shop should have something similar.
Of course if you have a vacuum cleaner that one can reverse, to blow, then this too can be used, putting on a smaller directional nozzle is beneficial.
If they are the type that are removable then they can be taken out and cleaned, then of course do this, and use the air cleaner to clean it all out, and return to the housing.
Some have replaceable/removable "Elements" obviously then one would have to find replacements, or perhaps they too may respond to a good clean?
Posted on Apr 07, 2011
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