Thread: Troubleshooting Dead pixel problem solution?
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Old 03-03-2011, 10:59 AM   #10
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Originally Posted by lunixer View Post
I clean it dry with a microfiber cloth. When it has dust. It's just like wiping the dust off. I don't use any cleaning solution or even water.
There should never be dust on the Kindle WiFi if you use this cover:

http://www.amazon.com/Marware-Eco-Fl...9164180&sr=8-2

Keep the cover closed when not actually reading off the device.

Do NOT even attempt to clean dust off that eInk screen. The slightest pressure could destroy pixels. It is not like the touch screens on the Sony PRS 900 or the iTouch. They have a special screen coat which protects them. Also, never allow other items to weigh on a the screen. Store in a pockebook vertically to avoid pressure. Horizontal storage could destroy the screen.

The pixelclean product is designed to be used without any pressure at all. TV LCD screens can also be destroyed by application of hand pressure or use of most liquids.

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