By tintoman ·
I have a LG TFT monitor
Becuse it seems the current uk climate is unusually warm there seems to be a lot of those little storm flies around that some people call "midges"
One of the little blighters has got behind my screen and has expired there
My question is this
Why didn't it die in the corner of the screen where it would never have bothered me, why does it have to be right in the centre of the screen where it is guaranteed to p**s me off?
Will I have to buy a new monitor or will it decompose in the fullness of time?

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I glad I'm not the only one

by Darryl~ Moderator In reply to Midges

that things like that happen to. How on earth could the thing have made it all the way to the center of the screen? With any luck, once it drys out from the heat of the monitor, it may drop to the bottom but I think you're destined to be pi**ed off until you purchase a new monitor.

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i would attempt to remove his carcass

by computechdan In reply to Midges

before buying a new screen...seems if he could get back there so can you!

best of luck

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I would suspect

by shasca In reply to Midges

This is only a temporary inconvenience. It should dehydrate. and gravity will do the rest. To expedite the situation try shaking it off to the side, or bottom.

Very bizaar event you are participating in.

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