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Do not sandpaper It! It should not have dust on the sensor, so it is best if you let Panasonic clean it. Taking apart cameras is risky, because there are many things that can be broken or gotten dirty. Also, in many cameras, the lens and sensor are assembled as one unit, and the risk of getting dirt anywhere around in there is high. I do '''not''' recommend taking it apart. Besides, if you do take it apart, it will void the warranty, and if anything unfixable should go wrong, your gonna have to pay to fix it or replace. Sensors are very delicate, and to sand it would be to ruin it. If you do decide to do it yourself, get a good sensor cleaning kit. I hope I'm helpfulthis helps, but still, be careful.
Do not sandpaper It! It should not have dust on the sensor, so it is best if you let Panasonic clean it. Taking apart cameras is risky, because there are many things that can be broken or gotten dirty. Also, in many cameras, the lens and sensor are assembled as one unit, and the risk of getting dirt anywhere around in there is high. I do '''not''' recommend taking it apart. Besides, if you do take it apart, it will void the warranty, and if anything unfixable should go wrong, your gonna have to pay to fix it or replace. Sensors are very delicate, and to sand it would be to ruin it. If you do decide to do it yourself, get a good sensor cleaning kit. I hope I'm helpfulthis helps, but still, be careful.

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Do not sandpaper It! It should not have dust on the sensor, so it is best if you let Panasonic clean it. Taking apart cameras is risky, because there are many things that can be broken or gotten dirty. Also, in many cameras, the lens and sensor are assembled as one unit, and the risk of getting dirt anywhere around in there is high. I do '''not''' recommend taking it apart. Besides, if you do take it apart, it will void the warranty, and if anything unfixable should go wrong, your gonna have to pay to fix it or replace. Sensors are very delicate, and to sand it would be to ruin it. If you do decide to do it yourself, get a good sensor cleaning kit. I hope I'm helpful, but still, be careful.

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