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crwdns2893794:0crwdne2893794:0 markus weiher ,

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-don't use a hair dryer - it coul make things worse
+don't use a hair dryer - it could make things worse
dieassemble it like shown in the [guide|2374|teardown]
the lcd is assembled from different parts, the water is between the actual lcd and the reflector/diffusor foils behind the lcd.
it's enough to disassemble it (very) carefully and clean it with a microfibre cloth - but be very careful with the lcd - they can crack pretty fast
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+but as gabe mantioned - you can let it dry and those spots can go away - if not, the cleaning wortks - but it's not easy at all

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crwdns2893792:0crwdne2893792:0 markus weiher ,

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don't use a hair dryer - it coul make things worse

dieassemble it like shown in the [guide|2374|teardown]

the lcd is assembled from different parts, the water is between the actual lcd and the reflector/diffusor foils behind the lcd.

it's enough to disassemble it (very) carefully and clean it with a microfibre cloth - but be very careful with the lcd - they can crack pretty fast

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