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Are EIZO screens torn?


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Hello everyone,


I own 2 EIZO S2431W screens.

Something like a year ago a strange phenomenon began to develop on the screens (both!) And it seemed like The screen or any coating on the screen is torn.


At first it would have looked like a (very straight) scratch on the screen, but very quickly the whole screen was filled with these "scratches" as well as the other screen.


Enclosed Close-up of both screens.


Does anyone know this phenomenon?

Is there a way to fix the screens? They totally agree and get rid of them ...


Thanks to all those who answered!



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Maybe you or the assistant are cleaning the screen with material that is not designed for it and defective in some coating?

No. The maid (and me) do not clean the screens with any material. Usually only a dry microfiber cloth for dust removal.

By the way, the plastic coating on the screen seems to have dried and cracked - note that the cracks are perfectly straight.

In addition, their manner of appearance is not in a specific area, but is scattered throughout the screen.

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