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Anonymous Posted on Jul 18, 2007

Cleaning unit of dust and webs

I want to clean my components of layer of dust. What is recommended solution?

  • Anonymous Jul 19, 2007

    Inside, there is tumbleweed like panhandle of Texas.

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Take off the front screen

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You are more likely to leave smudges then remove any. In some cases you may get spider webs or large pieces of dust inside but it is best to just vaccum or blow these specific items out. You can look inside 90% of these projection TVs and it is enough dust floating to look like a blizzard. You can not get rid of it and it really has no affect on the picture quality

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It's not hard but is time consuming

You'll have to pull the front of the unit off to clean the inside. This includes taking out the screw that are open normally and there should be about 4 screws that are behind the bottom-back panel.

When you open the unit just be sure you get it clean the first time and don't leave any stray fingerprints on the glass. And don't touch the projection lens at all. Use compressed air to blow it off but I wouldn't recommend cleaning it unless it is just filthy and the canned air doesn't work for you.
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