Hehe, yeah, same thing happened to me, my daughter doused the screen with windex, and it got drawn up inside the screen. Mostly evaporated, but even after a week or two, I still see a dark triangle area on the bottom right of the screen, about 4-5 inches high. Oh well, when the kids are older, will have to get a new TV I guess.
I posted a similar problem last month when my 2 yr old drowned our brand new 46" projection with WIndex. I'm here to report that THERE IS HOPE. :) It took >2 weeks, but we allowed the liquid to evaporate within the screen (it was drawn up into the screen itself) and, while not complete 100% perfect, the opacity is 1/100th what it was during the first week. In fact, even though it is a new tv we are making the call that yes, we will research a replacement screen cost. But even if that isn't doable, the damage is slight enough that we went ahead, got a HDTV dish, and can barely notice the trace stain (which, by the way, streteched all the way across the bottom 1/5 of the screen at first).
Hang in there, I hope this was helpful to you.
Take the front screen off inspect it, wipe down the tubes and mirror with paper towels and a glass cleaner dont overspray. try that. good luck
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