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Old 03-01-2009, 06:02 PM #1
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Default Cleaning a lens on a diode

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The lens on my diode (not the lens that screws into the aixiz module) I guess has some water moisture on it or dust or something so i was wondering how to clean it. On the wall there is the dot in the middle and there is a blur around the outside. Yes i do know that blu-rays are "blurry" but this isnt blur it is actually part of the dot Any ideas? Like tissue or something? :-?

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Default Re: Cleaning a lens on a diode

Try some compressed air, like computer cleaner
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Like keyboard cleaner? Sometimes when i spray that stuff some liquid comes out and evaporates once it hits the object... :-?
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Default Re: Cleaning a lens on a diode

Dont spray it at an angle, or just let everything settle then you can spray, clean air should come out
That happened to my friends diode, I helped him fix it that way, also i took a Q-tip and fluffed the cotten a little and Lightly spun it on the diode lens.
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you did. *I'll go buy some q-tips *;D
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Default Re: Cleaning a lens on a diode

Generally with canned air I start the air spray, make sure no liquid is coming out, and then bring the diode towards it to blow stuff off. You'll need it for the Q-tip too, as it sometimes leaves bits of cotton on the lens which needs to be blown off.
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Generally with canned air I start the air spray, make sure no liquid is coming out, and then bring the diode towards it to blow stuff off. *You'll need it for the Q-tip too, as it sometimes leaves bits of cotton on the lens which needs to be blown off.
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