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I've got a dead insect inside my monitor, but it's visible right in the centre of the screen! Is there any way of cleaning it out?

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  • Syatavatar Aug 07, 2008

    Yeah, I've already contacted a TV repair guy, he says he can probably get it out. Thnx



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You have to open the monitor, it will be better if you ask some professional to do it for you

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