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Cleaning Your LG 4K, OLED, or LED TV - webOS

Cleaning your 4K, OLED, or LED TV screen with a soft, dry cloth is recommended.

Cleaning Your LG 4K, OLED, or LED TV - webOS

Posted on 2019-12-12 21:26:06 Super UHD TVs Vote Up0Vote Down
Cleaning your 4K, OLED, or LED TV screen with a soft, dry cloth is recommended.

If you have already used liquid on the screen, dry it as quickly as possible (it may not be too late).

Caution: Chemicals such as alcohol, thinners, or benzene should be strictly avoided, as they may damage the protective film covering the panel.

Caution: Don't spray water or other liquids directly on the TV, as electric shock could occur.

These guidelines apply to the TV's screen, as well as the housing (frame, body, case). Moisture on or near the TV should be avoided, as it could cause short circuits in the electronic components.

1.   Find a Soft, Lint-free Cloth

The micro-fiber cloth provided with some phones, tablets, or computers works great for this.

 

2.   Unplug the Power Cord

We don't want anyone getting shocked.

3.   Gently Wipe the Screen

The goal here is to avoid scratching the screen. Gentle, circular motions tend to give better results, since the circular motion hits each area from several angles in a single swipe.

Caution: Some spots may be more difficult to remove, such as food or drink. Be very careful not to cause physical damage to the TV, as this can become expensive to repair.

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    RE: Cleaning Your LG 4K, OLED, or LED TV - webOS

    macleod52macleod52 Member
    Posted on 2019-12-13 19:44:39 Vote Up0Vote Down
    What solutions can be used to clean the screen? Can Vinegar/Distilled water be used safely?
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    RE: Cleaning Your LG 4K, OLED, or LED TV - webOS

    JamalofLGJamalofLG LG Moderator
    Posted on 2019-12-13 19:48:50 Vote Up0Vote Down
    We would only recommend dampening a microfiber cloth lightly with water and wringing out all the access water until it is only wet to the touch.

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