Your Touchscreen Cleaning Tip for the Day!

Discussion in 'Panasonic' started by Toughbook, May 22, 2009.

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  1. Psych0Thrasher

    Psych0Thrasher Notebook Evangelist

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    I was thinking about the silicon filler but wouldn't that put pressure on the screen. I mean if a spec of sand can do it wouldn't the silicon do it too. well i'll go up to work and get one today and mask it off and do it, see if i can make it look good
     
  2. ohlip

    ohlip Toughbook Modder

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    If I were you guys I will leave it alone coz it will be difficult for someone to troubleshoot when problem occur again. It will ended up destroying the whole setup. It only need a clean up two to three time of its lifetime when using to the outside world, Lol.


    ohlip
     
  3. Doobi

    Doobi ToughBook DeityInTraining

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    I AGREE!! Were talking about machines that were WELL used by military/police. They took ALOT of abuse, and were in tough environments. If all you had to do was a little cleaning, and maybe a break-down and cleaning, that to me says ALOT about what they can handle. I would leave well enough alone as Teo says. Just my 2
     
  4. Psych0Thrasher

    Psych0Thrasher Notebook Evangelist

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    You guys are totally right. I was pretty much looking for something to do if I ever get bored and trying to get some input on it so if I do ever get that bored I won't completely ruin a good machine. I have been known to do such things in extreme fits of boredom, of course the tequila didn't help much either :D

    Dan
     
  5. Toughbook

    Toughbook Drop and Give Me 20!

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    Well... I typed out a big long answer and then got a 404 ERROR... So... What I said was...







    Did you REALLY think I was going to type it ALL out again!?
     
  6. mnementh

    mnementh Crusty Ol' TinkerDwagon

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    Ahhh... another "Tech Tips for Telepaths":radar:

    You know what I mean...:biggrin:

    mnem
    I'm NOT cleaning that up...:nah:
     
  7. Alex

    Alex Super Moderator

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    Pro tip Rick

    Make up your reply in word and then copy and paste

    Darn 404 errors

    As “mnem” would say cough/cough…newbie ;)

    Alex
     
  8. Toughbook

    Toughbook Drop and Give Me 20!

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    Dude... I type so much stuff... and I NEVER have a problem (usually) except for this site.... For me to remember, take the time and then have to copy & paste my answers... I'd rather cut my wrists. If the owners can't... <Shutting up>

    I will not copy my stuff because the website can't handle it! I have too much to do... Most of the time I am typing frantically to get an answer out...

    Screw it.... I'm on vacation for the next week anyway....

    Maybe I'll chime in from San Juan... I'm bringing my wife's CF-18... We'll see how it goes!
     
  9. Alex

    Alex Super Moderator

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    :) Have Fun Rick:)


    Alex
     
  10. Toughbook

    Toughbook Drop and Give Me 20!

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    Thanks! Leaving in a few... I'll bring you back a present! ;)
     
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