I tried to cleanse the dust particles inside the screen by forcibly pulling off the panel. I was wrong. It shouldn't be done that way. So I glued it back. Accidentally a part of the glue seeped in and the 'button' of the 'Contacts' got pasted. Now I'm not able to use the 'Contacts' button. It eternally remains fixed to the panel.
So how can I bring it back to the original position?
The model is Singular Audiovox SMT5600.
Any help, please.
Thanks a lot.
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the "dot clusters" you're seeing are dust particles that build up on the 3 lcd panels of the projectors. they're fairly easy to clean. you'll need to remove the top cover to get access to the panels, and use an air can to blow the dust particles away. be careful not to tilt the air can too much 'cause you'll end up spraying the panels w/ the liquid substance inside the can.
First question: where is the dust?
If the dust ist outside the cam: no problem. Try a soft brush and remove bigger particles, then take a thin microfibre cloth and clean the dust film on the lens. Be careful - every sand particle scratches the coating, so use the brush!
If the dust is internal it's more complicated.
May be the dust is on the focussing screen. If you dismout the lens, there is a litte lock on the top inside the cam. Do not open without having special tool. Each fingerprint on this little plastic plane is not removable. It's an extreme sensitive fresnell lens.
Don't try to clean that with cloth or brush. Only airflow is allowed.
If this dosn't help - use the Canon service or replace the focussing screen with a new one (as Example Canon EF-D).
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.
Good morning! please try one of the following solutions to uninstall the program:
1. thru Control Panel then Add/Remove Programs
2. thru Start icon then all programs then locate McAfee then click Uninstall McAfee
3. thru use of another software which will uninstall the program, please try to look at this URL: http://www.ccleaner.com/
inside the set there is an optical unit with 3LCD panels. Somehow the dust particles came into your set and now the dust is all over the optical unit and 3LCD panels.
Only way to solve this issue is to clean the dust. Please contact your Sony dealer.