Preface (Be sure to observe the following)
In order to suppress reflection or to make an image legible, the LCD has a special surface treatment applied. Wrong treatment may cause damage to the TV, so observe the following precautions.
- Before cleaning, be sure to unplug the power plug from the socket.
- Since special processing is carried out on the liquid crystal screen, do not touch the screen as much as possible.
- Do not apply detergent directly to the TV. The sprayed detergent may drips over the lower part of the screen or exterior part, and the TV may malfunction.
- Do not splash volatile liquid such as insecticide onto the TV or use solvents such as benzene, thinner, etc. The TV may deteriorate or its paint may peel off.
- If you let the TV contact rubber or vinyl materials for a long time, the TV may deteriorate or its paint may peel off.
- When using a commercially available chemical cloth or cleaning cloth, ask its sales company if you can use it for cleaning the LCD of TVs.
- Do not use a commercial available LCD protective filter.
How to clean
- Gently wipe the screen or dirt on the exterior (dust, skin oil of hands, etc.) with a dry, soft cloth, such as an eyeglass cleaner.
- If ink from an oil marker gets on the screen, soak a cloth in synthetic detergent thinned with water and squeeze it tightly, then wipe the ink off with it. Lastly, softly wipe with a dry cloth. (The LCD surface will be damaged when rubbed strongly.)
- When using a synthetic detergent, dilute it by less than 1%.
- Do not use detergent with abrasives such as a cleanser.
- The liquid crystal order may collapse by pressure when wiping the LCD and it may look like dirt. Turn off and on the power to recover this condition.
- Wipe the printed surface such as CH +, CH -, or HDMI2 of the TV carefully with a soft dry cloth.
- The printed surface may get damaged if scratched by your nails.
- Since the distance between the television and stand (table top stand) is thin, your hand may get pinched. It is recommended to use a mop with a stick.
- Dust may adhere near the vent of the TV. Tenacious adhesion may become a cause of failure. It is recommended to vacuum dust with a vacuum cleaner once a month.