how many dead pixel you have?

Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by ricecook, Jan 7, 2008.

  1. ricecook macrumors regular

    ricecook

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    i just got a new hp 19in monitor and there is a dead pixel just one but i can live with it ..any suggestions how to fix? i try rubbing/videos that changes colors..
    and i know that 1 dead pixle is not worth calling the company for..

    how many do you have?
    did you have a dead pixel when you bought a brand new monitor?
     
  2. dukebound85 macrumors P6

    dukebound85

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    i had a stuck red pix;e on certain backgrounds (would go away on other backgrounds)

    nonetheless very annoying. took it back to best buy and got another one. only had that once problematic pixle
     
  3. Drumjim85 macrumors 68030

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    my 22" has two dead pixels. And you can only see them on a black screen, which I don't have very often.
     
  4. ricecook thread starter macrumors regular

    ricecook

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    so you just live with it then? did it come like that new or you buy used?
     
  5. David G. macrumors 65816

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    I have a Dell 17 in. 1280x 1024 with zero dead pixels. My Dad bought an Acer for really cheap that had been brought back to the store, it is 19 in. and it has 1 stuck pixel, green.
     
  6. ricecook thread starter macrumors regular

    ricecook

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    it dose king of annoy me..but not real i can return it for new one..you think its just best to return it for another one? do you live with a dead pixel or it annoys you?

    would you guys return it for a single dead?
     
  7. David G. macrumors 65816

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    If I were bugged by something like this enough to make a thread I would return it and buy a new one. No doubt someone on here will tell you that you're being overly critical about it though.
     

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