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Air Duster supply

Discussion in 'Projectors, Screens & Video Processors' started by RobsterD, May 14, 2004.

  1. RobsterD

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    Hi Guys
    Quick one where is the best place to get an Air Duster I need to remove some dust blobs on my AE500,I bought a Maplin air duster PN N60AN,
    but this leaves a residue from the propellant or would seem to,though it does go or dry out,so I'm a bit unsure wether this would be suitable.
    Any links appreciated.
    Rob
     
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    Don't they all do that???

    I have a can from PC World, the liquid squirts out if you hold the button too long, too close.

    Maybe you should use short bursts from further away.
     
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    I've used a Maplin one on my Sony without problem. But you do get a bit of liquid if you hold the can the wrong way up, or get it too close. Practise on a mirror before attacking your LCD panels.
     
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    My local Tescos do the vivanco air duster. Same shelf as the DVDR/CDR blanks etc
     

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