Cleaning question

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    I have a Pioneer SD532-HD5 and opened it up about amonth ago to do a mechanical focus on it. Shortly after I've noticed a few small blue-ish dots in the upper middle part of my screen. I figured i may have gotten the inside of the screen dirty (i know i wasn't on the outside). So I opened it up today to take a look and the spots didn't move when I moved the screen which tell me it has to be the mirror or the CRTs. I blew out some dust and cleaned up both the best I could but the spots are still there. I tried to isolate it to a particular CRT by covering them up, but its too hard to tell if it goes away because of CRT problem or there not enough light/proper color to see them anymore. Any ideas to what could be causing this?
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    Beuler?
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