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problems with the TFT-LCD monitor

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    i have a samsung TFT-LCD 19" monitor, model:943nwx

    it has been 7 months since i bought it!

    what the problem is that there's some dust particles seen through inside the screen and i'm sure i confirmed that its not the dark spot what they call for common lcd problems!

    Would some one know how to remove the dust seen through the screen?

    its really irritating when i see it on a monitor that's worth 12k!

    and don't forget to mention accessories that can be used protect the screen without affecting the monitor!!

    thanks in advance!

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    Please get it serviced from authorized Samsung Service center. Do not try to do this yourself.
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    so it can't be done manually?

    Is there anything that would help avoid this problems?

    does this problem will affect my monitor operation and its performance?

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    I am not saying that this cannot be don manually. But it is difficult to judge the exact problem from a post - need to see in person before an opinion can be given.

    The job may require special tools and special tissue paper to clean. That is why it is best to take it to a service centre.

    As far as I think, the problem will not affect monitor operation. But again this is a speculation.
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    oh maaan!! :52:

    i wish i could show it to you how it actually looks!!! :sad:

    all i can say about is that it is only visible in white screen and is just like dusts!!

    you have to look keen enough to detect it! and can be found at one side edge
    for me!!
    this is all i could brief about it!! :hammer:

    servicing this at the place where i am will take forever!!!! inch:

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    Cleaning the monitor can be very easy but as said by Just4Kix only if you have the correct knowledge and tools. In this process you will need to open the monitor and as you can sense there is a huge amount of risk, one wrong move and your monitor will be a wall paper thats all..

    Its better to get it to a person who knows what he is doing, is seeing the monitor having dust is more painful or seeing the monitor that is not working is more painful ?

    No protection from more dust is, just try and search the places from where the dust particles can go in like the gap between the tow halves and the screen edges etc and try to cover them..

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    use dust proof plastic covers... its usually provided with LCD or u can buy one.

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    well i'm not the person taking risks on this kind of things!!!

    oh well... may be i'll just let it off on this problem, its not going to affect the monitor by any means though..!!!



    @newprouser:

    do you mean by dust guards or the monitor package cover!?

    because if its the monitor package cover, i'm already using it!
    i always use it to cover the monitor when i don't use the my pc!

    if its dust guard or screen guard, they say using these screen guards will afffect lcd with increase of temperature!

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