How to Remove White Spots from Monitors & TVs (LED/LCD Screen Fix) with BenQ GW2470 Disassembly

How to Remove White Spots from Monitors & TVs (LED/LCD Screen Fix) with BenQ GW2470 Disassembly

DIY Fix for removing white spots and pressure point dots from LED screens, LCD monitors & TVs. With disassembly guide for BenQ GW2470 showing how to take the monitor apart.

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Table of Contents:
0:00 – Intro (Completely Disassembled)
1:17 – What Causes White Spots
2:31 – Cleaning Panel with Cloth & Lens Solution
3:29 – Repairing Scratch & Removing Debris with Toothpaste
4:47 – Different Angle: Why Toothpaste on Screens?
6:19 – Finishing Touches & Beginning of Reassembly
9:00 – Putting the Panel Together Again
10:33 – Returning the Display into the Bezel
11:17 – Reconnecting Monitor’s Power Supply & Display Controls
12:32 – Attaching Rear Casing to Front Bezel
13:37 – Elite Reconnecting, Testing & Results

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