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Seems I read somewhere(I tried a search, can't find it)that someone had a dead or blue pixel and he took canned air and cleaned his panels and the blue pixel was gone! How do you do this? I have an AE100 and I don't even know where the panels are. I am a bit scared to take this thing apart, I don't want to screw it up. Any suggestions?


Also, someone in another post mentioned something about "turning off the power strip" to rid yourself of the stuck pixel. What does this mean and how do you do it? Two of us have responded to him in the previously mentioned post and he has not replied. Thank you.
 

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anyone?
 

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i f you are not comfortable find a tech who is. my ae100 had 4 dust blobs on it. i took the cover off, all the screws are marked with -- > a little arrow.

i had a can of compressed air and sprayed the area containing the panels.

somewhere on this site i saw a picture of an ae100 w/ the cover off and the

lcd panels marked. i was very careful not to get the air can tube too close to the panels. it took 2 trips in but it is totally blob free now. i am not aware if this works on stuck pixels.
 
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