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Topic # 116891 13-May-2013 12:14
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Does anyone know a good place in CHCH to get stuff to clean plasma screen?

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  Reply # 816649 13-May-2013 12:22
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A slightly damp patch on a microfiber cloth should be the only thing you use with any panel that has an anti-reflective coating.
Wipe with the damp part, then with the dry part. Repeat as many times as necessary. You have a bit more flexibility with non AR models, but still, chemicals are best avoided.
What model is it?

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  Reply # 816824 13-May-2013 15:43
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It is a ST30Z model

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  Reply # 816831 13-May-2013 15:50
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Jas777: It is a ST30Z model

Yeah, you best avoid any chemicals then. If you damage the AR coating, it will be a lot worse than any smudge.
I'm fairly sure the ST30 comes with a blue microfiber cloth (but my memory is hazy).

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