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Hello,


Easiest way would be to buy a can of compressed air (which doesnt contain water..), or use a -small- air compressor. Be very careful when doing this as the optics and LCD's are very delicate.


All you have to do to get to the prism on this machine is remove the top cover you should be able get to the prism without needing to take the mainboard out.


It would also be a good idea to clean the filter on the underside of the projector. I have some pictures of the internals of this machine at http://c1.connxion.co.uk if you need some guidance to the prism.


Rgds,

Jon
 

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I use some lysol and dishwater..


you want to get rid of the dust mites that can grow on your LCD panels... They can cause dimples, dithering and a host of other buggy problems intrinsic in digital projectors...


I had a mite infection once, and the contrast was terrible.. the picture looked totally washed out..


-ADS






(No seriously... its like cleaning a computer... although a bit more intricate... their should be something in the manual regarding cleaning the vent etc..


a good can of compressed air oughta do it)
 
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