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Sorry to start another topic so soon but the last one was getting off the track.

Some time ago there was some comprehensive information about cleaning a Z@ posted here (I think Chicken man may know). I want to get the unit it down in the next day or two to give it a good clean up.

I would appreciate any advice or tips you guys may have.

Cheers

E & E's

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Don't do it unless you have excellent eyesight, nimble of hand and haven't broken any mirrors for seven years etc... My Z1 is "still in hospital" at Sanyo headquarters...

OH :blink: What happened Mjr69?? It seems like a very straight forward operation. Abeit a delicte one.

OK, you have me worried, define what a dust spot actually looks like, I might be being too fusy here?

Cheers

E & E's

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Thanks for the offer to call you. I chose not to proceed after your warning and seeing the delicate nature of the task.

I think I'd prefer to pull someone elses apart first. (any takers?)

I did however do the clearing previously mentioned with compressed air and remove about 3/4's of the spots.

Because of the ease of this operation I will endeavour to do it every second month when I clean the filter. In the hope to shake the more stubbon ones out.

All in all happy with the result (for my first attempt) and new lamp.

Cheers

E & E's

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If you have any stubborn dust spots after compressed air then try sliding a bit of 1cm wide gift ribbon between the glass & lcd panels.

Worked fine on my Z2. Z2 not in use for a while now due to heat affected blue LCD panel. Repairs would have been more than a new PJ, so I bought a Sony HS60.

Cheers,

Muzz

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