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Cleaning Methods - Pioneer Kuro KRP-500M Operating Instructions Manual

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Why does the blue power light on my flat panel display blink?
The panel's internal protection circuit may have been activated for some reason. First turn the panel's a off, wait
one (1) or more minutes, then turn it back on. If the light still blinks, unplug the power cord from the outlet. Plug
in the panel again after one to two minutes. If this fails to solve the problem, contact your dealer or Pioneer
Customer Support (see back cover).
What can I do to prevent image retention or burn-in?
Burn-in or Image Retention is a side effect of plasma technology. After an image remains on the display for an
extended time period, when the image changes or the unit is turned off, a faint afterimage or ghost of the original
picture may remain. Continuing to play video or leaving the unit turned off for a length of time can clear the
afterimage. We recommend the following steps and settings to prevent image retention or burn-in.
• Set Long Life Settings to
• Do not leave still images on screen.
How do I clean my flat panel display?
To clean the screen surface, gently wipe it with the supplied dry cloth. Rubbing hard on the screen can scratch
the special film coating. Use a clean soft cloth (cotton or flannel, for example) for the cabinet. For details on
cleaning, refer to "7.2 Cleaning Methods."

7.2 Cleaning Methods

Before cleaning your flat panel display, unplug the power cord from the outlet.
When cleaning the screen or the glossy front bezel, gently wipe with a clean, dry cloth such as the supplied
cleaning cloth or a similar type of soft cloth (e.g., cotton, flannel, etc.). Avoid a wet or damp cloth as that can let
moisture seep into the panel. A dusty or rough-textured cloth (or if you rub too hard), can scratch surfaces.
Note: Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners on the screen.
The chassis or cabinet of the panel is mostly composed of plastic. Do not use chemicals such as benzene or paint
thinner to clean the cabinet. These chemicals can mar the finish or cause other deterioration. When cleaning the
cabinet, use the same type of cloth and method as described for the front bezel.
Note: Do not affix labels, tapes, etc. to any visible location on the flat panel display. Adhesives can discolor or mar
the panel surfaces.
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