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Rochelle Williams Posted on Apr 11, 2007
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Smeared Screen I have a JVC rear projector and while hosting a party one of my guest slipped and their drink splashed all over the screen. After a couple of days a few of the spots seemed to dry out but, a very large portion of the screen is just black. Will the liquid dry up? Will the screen come back to normal? Is there any product I can purchase to fix this problem; or am I just out of luck on this?

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When you describe a section of the screen being black are you talking about when the unit is on there is a section that shows NO picture at all? Any liquid in the unit could damage the intricate parts of the projection system. If the issue is just some mess on the screen it can easily be cleaned, but if there is a chance that the liquid made it in to the set I would take it in for repair. Liquid in the unit can render the item useless if on the right spot and left to dry and corrode electronic components.

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