05-28-2011 12:50 PM
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05-28-2011 06:45 PM
Chances are that you'll end up destroying the screen.
Don"t do it.
The reason why there's no tutorial on the process is that no one - to the best of my knowledge - has been successful in such an attempt.
05-28-2011 08:32 PM
Is it even possible to separate the surface of the LCD from the "guts"? Remove the panel from the bezel, certainly. Separate the layers of the LCD - that's bold.
Note: I'm just asking. Never tried it, didn't think it was possible.
Good luck (+1)
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05-28-2011 10:39 PM
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06-01-2011 02:45 AM
Thanks lead_org. I don't wanna separate the layers of the LCDs!! Well that would be really bold! I just want to open up the bezel and give a hard blow or do something similar to remove the dirt. And I will take care of the environment.
06-01-2011 03:06 AM - edited 06-01-2011 03:13 AM
hard blow? not only would you make this problem worse, you would also introduce moisture, nutrients, dusts and different oral microfuna microfauna (i.e. bacteria, fungi, etc) into panel.
Obviously if you believe you can succeed then no one can stop you from doing it. But my advice is that you would cause more problems then you would solve by doing this.
06-01-2011 07:11 AM