Monitor anti-reflection coating

  akorot 12:39 08 Feb 03

The anti-reflection coating started to peel from
the monitor screen. Who knows the safety way to
remove it entirely from the screen ?

  Djohn 16:38 08 Feb 03

akorot, what type of monitor is this? I wasn't aware that this could happen!

  akorot 17:28 08 Feb 03

It is Mitsubishi Diamond Pro 730.

  jazzypop 17:31 08 Feb 03

It has a 3 year onsite warranty - contact Mitsubishi, ask them to replace the monitor.

  Stuartli 19:05 08 Feb 03

The anti-reflection coating is quite delicate and could have begun to peel off through over enthusiastic cleaning or using unsuitable cleaning liquids or materials.

It's unlikely then to be covered for replacement under the warranty.

Why not contact Mitsubishi and ask it for its recommendations or have a look at the manual regarding correct cleaning methods?

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