LCD Monitors Princeton stuck pixel


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David Wells

I took the first one back as after 3 months developed dead spot in the
screen. Just got a brand new one and find this has 3 stuck pixel one
red and two other hard to tell what color they are. It sure would be
nice if they could make LCD Pannels without this problem. For now if
it does not get any more will live with it. How have other people out
there buying these type monitor found them.
 
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Agent777

David said:
I took the first one back as after 3 months developed dead spot in the
screen. Just got a brand new one and find this has 3 stuck pixel one
red and two other hard to tell what color they are. It sure would be
nice if they could make LCD Pannels without this problem. For now if
it does not get any more will live with it. How have other people out
there buying these type monitor found them.

I may just be lucky but I am om my third LCD(four if you count my 42"
TV) and none of them have had a dead pixel. This leads me to wonder that
the makers of LCDs say a few dead pixels are normal, is this also their
policy on LCD TVs.
 
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mhicaoidh

Taking a moment's reflection, David Wells mused:
|
| I took the first one back as after 3 months developed dead spot in the
| screen. Just got a brand new one and find this has 3 stuck pixel one
| red and two other hard to tell what color they are. It sure would be
| nice if they could make LCD Pannels without this problem. For now if
| it does not get any more will live with it. How have other people out
| there buying these type monitor found them.

I bought a Hyundai L90D+ and it had one dead pixel (lower left), and
one stuck pixel (cyan, upper left) ... once I got used to them being
there, no big deal as neither shows when screen goes all white or all
black. But, I agree, it would be nice if they could get it right more
often.
 
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Jim

David said:
I took the first one back as after 3 months developed dead spot in the
screen. Just got a brand new one and find this has 3 stuck pixel one
red and two other hard to tell what color they are. It sure would be
nice if they could make LCD Pannels without this problem. For now if
it does not get any more will live with it. How have other people out
there buying these type monitor found them.

Unfortunately to keep the price down in production a few dead/dodgy
pixels are par for the course.Most people are just lucky where this is
concerned but you can guard against it by either checking the panel out you
wish to buy in person or pay for a pixel check from the supplier,if they
won't or don't offer the service take your business elsewhere to someone who
does.That being said if you purchase a panel from someone who does do pixel
checks and you don't pay for a pixel check you may end up with a panel that
previously failed the check but it still meets the minimum standards.
 
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Markeau

On some panels some ppl have bounced/tapped an eraser on an end of a
pencil over the bad pixels and brought them back to life ... ymmv
 

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