Can soot from a furnace damage my Flat screen HD Plasma Television?
My furnace needed to be cleaned, and my landlord tried cleaning it himself, instead of hiring professionals. He stuck a vacuem hose up in the furnace, and all the soot went in, and blew out the back of the vacuem, for he didnt have a filter on it. It primarily landed all in the kitchen, but I'm finding it throughout the apartment. Everything I touch leaves black on my hands. My 42 in Dell HD Plasma television is now acting funny. You are not even to clean the screen with windex. Soot turns greasy upon trying to clean. My landlord feels no remorse or obligation to fix it either. I am going to take him to court, but I want to know what I am talking about before I go in.
Answer by wings_of_kynareth
I'm sure it could. There are usually vents on the top of flatscreens that let heat out. Soot may have gotten in there. If your warranty on the TV is still present, have Dell replace the TV.
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