by Karen Bates
(last updated April 13, 2015)
So you did your homework and picked out the perfect plasma HDTV. It looks great in your house and you love watching your favorite shows on its amazingly clear screen. It makes everything you watch seem bigger and bolder, and you really enjoy your new television. So now that you have it set up in you home, that's the last you have to worry about it, right?
Wrong! The truth is that if you want to keep your new T.V. in great condition, you have to properly maintain and care for it. Just like any expensive purchase, you'll want to do everything you can to make your T.V. last as long as possible and remain in great condition.
One important thing that you need to do often is cleaning the HDTV screen. This will keep the picture clear and allow you to get the most enjoyment out of your T.V. However, remember that cleaning a plasma screen can be different from cleaning a regular T.V. screen, and particular care must be taken to prevent damage.
To keep the screen clean, try these ideas to prevent and clean dust, dirt and marks:
HDTVs are a lot of fun, and if they are cared for properly they can bring years of enjoyment to your family.
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