How can I fix a stuck pixel on an LCD screen?
landon 46 weeks ago
I have a couple stuck pixels on one of my displays, and it drives me crazy. It's a little thing, but I cannot look at the screen without it being as noticeable as a fire truck driving by with its siren on 11 while all the firemen toss $50s out the windows. Is there a way to fix this, or at least minimize it, without sending it in for repairs?
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