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put it in a tray with rice. This might just be able to pull the liquid out. It is a long shot and will take a few days.
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if that is a matte screen than I have a solution. Here on OCN there is a tutorial on how to make your Matte screen shiny, which involves putting a wet paper towel all over the screen and keeping it humidified for around 3 hours or so. Then, simply peel back the matte screen. It sould come off as easy as a band-aid. Whats better, looking at an imperfect screen or having a slightly glary but beautiful glossy screen?

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Originally Posted by Hephasteus View Post
LCD panels have a screen covering that is nothing but a polarizing sheet of plastic. The degreaser is seeping between the actual panel and the polarizing filter sheet. You could pull the sheet off buy a new one and stick it back on. But not worth the trouble. Or you could yank it off and buy some polaroid sunglasses to wear. LOL

http://www.3dlens.com/polarizer.htm
I feel smarter now, thank you.

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Originally Posted by CrazzyRussian View Post
if that is a matte screen than I have a solution. Here on OCN there is a tutorial on how to make your Matte screen shiny, which involves putting a wet paper towel all over the screen and keeping it humidified for around 3 hours or so. Then, simply peel back the matte screen. It sould come off as easy as a band-aid. Whats better, looking at an imperfect screen or having a slightly glary but beautiful glossy screen?

I have a feeling the degreaser isn't in a harmless spot like I believe everything is thinking. (Degreaser in between panel and screen cover.) Because there seem to be all sorts of discolorations and stuck pixels around the black stuff. It is also causing light vertical lines to appear on the monitor when plugged in and browsing through windows.
Edited by Khaotik55 - 4/17/11 at 2:57pm
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Elaborate.
1. Go on Newegg
2. Buy a monitor
3. ???
4. Profit!!!

And avoid pouring degreaser all over your new display.
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Originally Posted by Marin View Post
1. Go on Newegg
2. Buy a monitor
3. ???
4. Profit!!!

And avoid pouring degreaser all over your new display.
I don't need a new monitor, this was a backup panel I just felt like cleaning. But I would like to fix it if at all possible.
Edited by Khaotik55 - 4/17/11 at 2:56pm
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