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Dead or Stuck pixels on LCD


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auto7890

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Hy Im auto,
I have had the misfortune of having One dead or stuck pixel as they call it.
So Im now looking for what it actually is.

I strongly believe in zero tolerence on Dead pixel. And manufacturers
should by law replace the display even if it has just 1 dead pixel.

They say it can not be repaired. But I was wondering if anyone knows of
any tricks to get the dead or stuck pixel, working or unstucking ?????

The first time I switched on my brand new notebook, I noticed 2 stuck
pixels. One in the centre and one on the right side of the screen.

A couple of minutes Later the stuck pixel in the centre came back to Life
and became unstuck.
But unfortunately the dead pixel on the right side of the screen is still
there ,3 weeks Later.
I was just wondering ,does anyone know why that dead pixel in the center came back to Life again ?????

Does anyone know of any special tricks . Like maybe running a big magnet over the screen ????? To Unstuck dead pixels.

Actually if the dead pixel is not really dead it means it is malfunctioning pixel.
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here is a similar thread, with an informative answer from admin!

http://www.geekstogo...tor-t16660.html
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