YouTube video to repair screen rot
ard at p850ug1.demon.co.uk
Mon Mar 2 12:41:02 CST 2009
> >> an imploding CRT would likely shatter the lens also. =A0So, while this
> >> gets rid of the "cataract", I think there's a compromise in safety.
> > Yes, this would worry me also. Unless you know the exact reason for how
> > the CRT was originally assembled, I would have though you shouldn't
> > change anything.
> Hmmm... should this give me 2nd thoughts about delaminating the lens
> from my precious old terminal in order to rid it of said "cataracts"?
> Note: in reassembling it, I'd be using the procedure in the video,
> which doesn't include reapplication of any such PVA material -- just
> the lens stuck over the CRT and held on by 2-sided tape.
Well I ceertainly wouldn't do it. Nor would I knowling sit in front of a
CRT that had been 'repaired' in this way. An implosion could be _very_
I wonder : What about cutting the old adhexive out, cleaning the parts
up, and then refitting the faceplate ('lens') with an optical adhesive
(the sort of thing used to stick lens elements together)? Do people feel
that would be strong enough to support the screen in the event of an
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