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Keeping The Screen Clean on Hitachi 42PD7200

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  1. dts borg

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    My Hitachi 42PD7200 will be delivered tomorrow and I was wondering how I would keep the screen clean as my 2 year old has developed a bad habit of touching the T.V. Screen over the last few days :eek: I'm sure the screen was plastic :confused: So the glass cleaner I currently use on my Tosh 36zp18Q would be no good :rolleyes:
     
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    Well i was told not to use any solvents what so ever on the plasma .

    I bought one of them micro clothes does the job well too.

    I got mine from tescos. Only about £2. :)
     
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    My children are grown up so i don't have the problem. However, if i were in your position i would put a sheet ot blanket over the screen when the little person is about. :)
     
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    Or wall mount it?
     
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    Touching the screen will not be a problem :smashin:

    The risk of the screen, being pulled over, is a different matter.

    It's very heavy, so I doubt it could be pulled over by a 3 YO, but if it ever fell, it would easily kill a child.

    Make sure its fixed to the table or wall :smashin:

    Cleaning-wise, Yes the micro-fibre jobs are fine, although I reckon a damp soft rag will suffice :smashin:

    I don't think there is a special coating on the 7200.
     
  6. dts borg

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    Don't think my wife would like my son on the wall :nono: But if he was he could not touch the screen :rolleyes:

    UkDan Plasma will be sitting on my Stands Unique AV support so wall mount will not be possible. Looks like a damp cloth and a first aid kit is the only way :D Badger0-0 if my wife ever sits and reads this I will be :suicide:

    Thanks for the tips gents................ ;)
     

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    To clarify, I mean use the fixing holes in the base or chain it to the wall :smashin:
     
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    My AV Support is glass no way I can use fixing holes :rolleyes: Looks like my boy will need a crash helmet in doors ;)
     

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