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#123459 - 01/08/06 12:48 PM magnet and lcd
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hi i know when you put a magnet next to a crt tv it can damage the colour but can they also damage lcd tv although my centre speaker is magneticly shield i just i want wana know anyway

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#123460 - 01/08/06 12:59 PM Re: magnet and lcd
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I don't believe so. Since there is no electron gun to be deflected by a magnet, it should be ok. Of course, hard drives can still be damaged, so don't use your laptop as a refrigerator.
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