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Old 07-04-2007, 10:33 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I couldn't find information in the user manual.

What's the safest, most effective way, to clean the screen?

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I fyou are just cleaning the outside "Not taking it apart" I just use a eye glasses cloth I got from CVS. It works great without the worry of mini scratches.
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any lint-free cloth should be good.
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And get a good screen protector as well...
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Thanks for the replies
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call me silly -- but my thumb is the best cleaner I have found with this model.
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My thumb leaves smudges.

Can one use windex on the screen?
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