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what happens when you use a monster screen cleaner on your ln46a650 screen?

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Monster Screen Cleaner

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njeep2000,

It may leave some residue that you can buff off, but shouldn't do any damage provided you used a microfiber cloth and cleaned it gently.

That's my experience with it. Did you have a different experience?

--HDTech

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screen

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i could just be me i dont notice things until i think something happen the picture looks washed out and kind of white when i cleaned it i turned off the tv and unpluged it like it said would the a haze be left on the screen and mess with the picture clarity and make things look not that sharp?

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Residue, not haze...

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There might be residue that you could detect if the unit was turned off. However, if the unit is on, it would be difficult to see the effects of it, as I described in the cleaning process.

Cleaning the screen should technically have absolutely no affect on the picture clarity.

--HDTech

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Residue

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Hi,

In my experience certain screen cleaners can leave a residue which don't seem to harm the screen but can be annoying leaving smears and streaks on your screen. As an option I prefer to use Allsop Screen Cleaner (www.allsop.com) It has a jelly like formula which means it doesn't run and doesn't leave a residue while giving streak free cleaning.

Happy Viewing

Dan

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thanks

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thanks

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Awesome....

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Thanks for your input!

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