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    Lens Cleaning Help

    Can I use a CD cleaner spray to clean the lens? Or is it ok to use it but I have to use a cotton swab or something.

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    What system are you trying to clean? And definitely don't spray anything at your electronics. That will cause you more trouble than the original problem.
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    Umm.. Dreamcast. I really don't have any money so do you know any way to use home used products to clean the lens?
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    Just use Isopropyl Rubbing Alcohol on a Q-tip. That should work fine. Don't get the Q-tip so wet that it drips everywhere. Just get it damp, and maybe press some liquid off in the bottle. Let id dry and then test out your games.
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    I fixed my friends PS2 useing the wipe he gets with his glasses, now it works fine and dandy, i used the technique regualy posted on the forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeanutButterMunky
    Isopropyl Rubbing Alcohol
    I'm confused. Is that the Alcohol that you use when your bleeding and it hurts like crazy when you put it on?? If so then I'll try to get some.
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    Yes, that's the cleaning alcohol.

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    I have one of those CD lens cleaners that is a CD with the little brushes on it. My friend put alcohol on those brushes. It fixed his non working PS2 perfectly.
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    Okay, thanks alot.

    I'll try that after I find it.

    And does that work for CDs also?
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    Quote Originally Posted by knowitman
    My friend put alcohol on those brushes. It fixed his non working PS2 perfectly.
    You're not supposed to do that.

    And does that work for CDs also?
    If you have access to the CD Player's lens...then yes.
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