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finalheaven 10-19-2003 05:38 PM

scratches on my monitor
 
I have scratches on my monitor and i was wondering how i can get rid of them? Is there a special sort of cleaner that may work? Or would i need to replace the entire window frame? If so where can i do it and how much will it cost?

Any suggestions will be appreciated.

Thresh 10-19-2003 05:38 PM

buy new one

Stits 10-19-2003 05:39 PM

It will cost more to polish the glass and because its a tube you really done want to try it.

finalheaven 10-19-2003 05:40 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by s****
It will cost more to polish the glass and because its a tube you really done want to try it.

Cost more to polish the glass then what???

And why don't i want to try it?

BTW i own a 21inch sony crt.

trop 10-19-2003 05:41 PM

http://rbrussell.org/nis/media/sandpaper.gif

finalheaven 10-19-2003 05:45 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Trop

Sand paper....?

Stits 10-19-2003 05:46 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by finalheaven
Cost more to polish the glass then what???

And why don't i want to try it?

BTW i own a 21inch sony crt.

Than even a 21 inch $600 monitor. The glass is already less than a CM thick and if it gets too thin it could implode without warning and that would suck for the user.....like OMG MY EYES MY EYES. I used to be a pc tech at a place that did total monitor repairs and have seen monitors implode it isn't pretty.

Skei 10-19-2003 05:49 PM

very fine wet sandpaper

Stits 10-19-2003 05:54 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Skei
very fine wet sandpaper

You work your way through the grains and finish with a satin cloth and a rubbing compound.

Velocity 10-19-2003 06:03 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by s****
Than even a 21 inch $600 monitor. The glass is already less than a CM thick and if it gets too thin it could implode without warning and that would suck for the user.....like OMG MY EYES MY EYES. I used to be a pc tech at a place that did total monitor repairs and have seen monitors implode it isn't pretty.

****, now i'm in constant fear that my monitor is going to suddenly implode.

Stits 10-19-2003 06:04 PM

If all you have is small scratches don't worry about I am just saying when they goto polish it out it coudl cause a problem if they go to far in.

GreyGhost 10-19-2003 06:19 PM

Try regular old toothpaste to polish the scratches out.

FightNFury 10-19-2003 06:21 PM

Does it have to be OLD?

GreyGhost 10-19-2003 06:23 PM

The older types have better abrasives, not as much bleach and minty crap.

iNVAR 10-19-2003 06:24 PM

uhm, it's not less than a cm thick.

but i still wouldn't do it.

finalheaven 10-19-2003 07:48 PM

There any option such as replacing the entire front glass plate? Taking it to a technician?

Plasma 10-20-2003 07:39 AM

One would think to call a technician...

Fonix 10-20-2003 11:32 AM

Replied to wrong thread... I rock

Baby Bew 10-20-2003 12:50 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Trop

:clap:

FireStorm! 10-21-2003 02:16 PM

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YOU SANDPAPERD YOUR MONITOR


HAHAHAHAH
HAVE YOU EVER FELT SANDPAPER


HAVE YOU EVER FELT YOUR MONITOR


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