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Question about washing screen Acer Predator monitor.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hello. My question is.Did i damage something? My pc was on,when i cleaning screen by microfiber cloth. Cloth was a little/tiny wet. Pc was on,but screen was turned off during cleaning.

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Check if you accidentally loosened/knocked out any of the cables (power, DP/HDMI etc) or tapped on the power button


I still don't understand how wiping a screen with a cloth can make it turn off but you know, shits happens I guess

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It shouldnt have caused any damage.


A damp cloth is all thats recommend to be used when cleaning a LCD screen.

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