Has anyone tried to "revive" a lit pixel on their LCD?
HDBuff:I have not, and I do not recall any forum member here posting that he or she has. I know one member was able to fix a pretty bad case of uneven phosphor wear, also known as "burn in" -- a completely different issue, and that was discussed at length.From what I have read, you first need to find indentify if it is truly a "dead pixel" or a "stuck pixel." Only one of these is at all "fixable."Try a simple Google search on keyword terms such as "stuck pixel fix" and "dead pixel" and "bad pixel." You will come up with a lot, including some discussion of methods which some claim have worked. In fact, I believe Wikkipedia has a lengthy discussion of this issue (although it is aimed mainly at computer monitors, most of will apply to any LCD display).-Bruce in Chi-Town
Well a dead pixel is black and a stuck pixel can be white blue and so on(correct me if i'm wrong)mine is light blue so i'm assuming it's a stuck pixel,i've decided to leave it alone because i can't even see it at a distance of 2 feet or more,maybe it'll fix itself.
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