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I am afraid to say if you cant fix bad pixels uinless its actaully a software or fault with the graphic you are trying to look at for example. You would have to buy an entire new screen for your monitor or just a whole new monitor.

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Is it true that when one pixel goes out, others are soon to follow?


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If you mean you have a pixel that is stuck on and is always red, there's nothing you can do. The only cure is to replace the display. LCD displays sometimes will have a pixel (sometimes several pixels) that doesn't work properly. The manufacturers know this, and as long the display falls within their specifications for what's acceptable, they don't see anything wrong. These specs include the total number of bad pixels, the number of bad pixels that can be clustered together, and where they can be on the display. If you have just one or only a few bad spots, they won't do anything for you. If other problems develop, such as a whole row or column goes bad or a section of the display fails, then you can see about having them fix it if the warranty is still in effect.

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Theres a black dot on the top right side wat can i do to fix it.


Is this a LCD and is it a very small dot ? If the answer is yes to both then it is a dead pixel (a white dot would be a shorted pixel). Most LCD makers wont do anything about this unless a certain number of pixels are bad. The only way to fix this is to replace the whole panel and that will probably cost more then a new tv.

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Dead pixels cannot be fixed, each pixel is controlled by a transistor that is part of the LCD screen. If it is bad, the only option is to replace the LCD screen.

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This is a bad pixel sensor. Your screen has hundreds of vertical and horizontal pixel sensors on the edge, if one goes out on either end it causes a dead pixel line through the screen. Unfortunately, the only way to fix it is to replace the screen. If you can live with the annoyance, I've seen screens last for years with a pixel line without any other problems.

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