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Will smoking destroy my plasma tv?

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(NT) are they menthol?
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it will kill you... rendering your TV useless to you.

If that isn't incentive enough to quit... Wink

I lived in an apartment one year during college where we became the gathering place for 4 other apartments. We played card games all day and night when we weren't studying. All of us smoked and drank gallons of coffee (we went through 3 coffee makers that year). At the end of a year, when we took all the posters off the walls, we realized the white walls had become tan. Some of the posters had brown residue on the backs of them, where they had sagged out from the wall. Glass front entertainment cabinets had smoke stains on the inside of the closed doors. We found it easier to repaint the place than to wash down every wall in the house.

If you are gonna smoke and you are worried about your TV, then invest in air filters and ventilation. Don't waist your money on ozone air cleaners. They don't clean the air, they only cause dust and smoke to settle down onto flat surfaces.

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(NT) * don't "waste" your money
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(NT) How do you keep it lit??
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No need to double post

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