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Monitor strip down got a bug dead on inside of my screen

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    HOW CAN I REMOVE THE PROTECTION SCREEN TO CLEAN A DEAD BUG BETWEEN DE PROTECTOR AND SCREEN TV

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HOW CAN I REMOVE THE PROTECTION SCREEN TO CLEAN A DEAD BUG BETWEEN DE PROTECTOR AND SCREEN TV

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