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damn...sorry it didn't work out...looked really good at first though...
post #12 of 27
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what happen is : i cleaned the screen with Demineralized water using microfiber cloth, when i did that the Monitor was hot, that why the polarization layer cracked in the place where i cleaned it,

what happen exactly : the polarization layer cracked when it was hot and i putted on it cold water, that what happen

that for, when u remove the Anti Glare coating on U2711 u have to protect it immediately with glass or any other protection film befor using it,

i am still searching on the internet for Clear protection film for U2711
post #13 of 27
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Read very important

when u remove the Anti Glare coating on U2711 u have to protect it immediately with glass or any other protection film befor using it,

i am still searching on the internet for Clear protection film for U2711!!
post #14 of 27
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Aadvises : don't take the risk and remove Anti Glare on U2711
i am sad drool.gifdoh.gif
48 h later when i was traying to clean it , with Demineralized water
stain appeared on the sceen , and are not in the surface, seem to be inside the layer
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Aadvises don't take the risk and remove Anti Glare on U2711
I LOST 700 EURO IN 48H mad.gif
anyway i took the risk
bad bad end

Read very important

When u remove the Anti Glare coating on U2711 u have to protect it immediately with glass or any other protection film befor using it,

i am still searching on the internet for Clear protection film for U2711!!
Edited by Blida - 4/1/12 at 3:18am
post #15 of 27
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Originally Posted by Blida View Post

Read very important

what happen is : i cleaned the screen with Demineralized water using microfiber cloth, when i did that the Monitor was hot, that why the polarization layer cracked in the place where i cleaned it,
what happen exactly : the polarization layer cracked when it was hot and i putted on it cold water, that what happen
that for, when u remove the Anti Glare coating on U2711 u have to protect it immediately with glass or any other protection film befor using it,
i am still searching on the internet for Clear protection film for U2711
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Originally Posted by Blida View Post

Read very important
when u remove the Anti Glare coating on U2711 u have to protect it immediately with glass or any other protection film befor using it,
i am still searching on the internet for Clear protection film for U2711!!
Quote:
Originally Posted by Blida View Post

Read very important
When u remove the Anti Glare coating on U2711 u have to protect it immediately with glass or any other protection film befor using it,
i am still searching on the internet for Clear protection film for U2711!!


Is there an echo in this thread wink.gif
post #16 of 27
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All what i found on the internet about U2711 anti-glare is only how to remove it, no body telling people what or how to do after removing the anti glare
that why i decided to share my experience,
Edited by Blida - 3/21/12 at 12:13pm
post #17 of 27
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Originally Posted by Blida View Post

All what i found on the internet about U2711 anti-glare is only how to remove it, no body telling people what or how to do after removing the anti glare
that why i decided to share my experience,

I understand, was just pulling your leg a little wink.gif

Its really sad to see your screen look like that, but some lessons in life is learned the hard way. Im sure you won't try that one again. I wish you the best of luck with your new monitor, or as you say in french - bonne chance mon ami !
post #18 of 27
Never really thought about this since I always let my monitors cool off before cleaning to avoid smudges/streaks. I have the anti-glare coating removed from my U2312HM and have also used a soft microfiber cloth with distilled water to clean it (up/down/left/right strokes only, minimal pressure) and have had no problems so far. I definitely do this after the monitor has been off for ~1+ hours, usually in the morning when it's been off all night. Good tip and I will include it in my guide, this temperature difference causing fractures is not something I ever considered but it makes sense now.
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post #19 of 27
You should edit the original post with the warning. Shame about your monitor
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Sorry to hear that man frown.gif. Like others have said, you can replace the panel. I did this with my old Dell 198WFP and it worked out really well. I don't use it, but I when I tested it out at first it was awesome.

As for protection you could get a cheap 27" screen protector on newegg.
    
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