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post #1 of 3 Old 05-30-2007, 05:28 PM - Thread Starter
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Ok. My 4 year old thought it was cool to place stickers all over my pioneer 4270HD plasma. Now that they are removed there is glue residue from where the stickers were. Any ideas on how to remove the residue without destroying the screen?

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distilled water, patience, and a micro fiber cloth.
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Andn don't rub too hard - you might damage the anti-reflective coating on the glass.

But i'm not sure if distilled water will remove the glue. You might want to call Pioneer or some Pioneer service centers and see if they know if the glue removers like Goo-Gone or Goof-Off etc will damage the screen or not. It might be better to remove the glue with one or two wipes than to rub it for several minutes with water.

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