I'm posting this here as its just meant as a topic in general, not something I require help with, but my Monitor is the first LCD Display that I have had, I have however always had Belinea Monitors, but this display of mine has one (I'm lucky I know) dead pixel, a red one, not in the center of the screen but to the left and about a quarter way up.
But is it usual for all LCD's to have them? I love the Monitor I have but come the time for a new one I worry about this as its not nice if you have these things, I know it could have been alot worse, and I am not moaning, just wondering if its a common thing for LCD's
I tried to get rid of it a couple of times, but in the end left it as nothing worked, I think I may have another, but that seems to come and go, and that little bugger is near the middle lol
But as I say I can live with it, I rang Belinea and told them about it, but they said that as its only one, they cannot do anything, if it was 7 or more then yes they could replace it, but its not a good thing and for people that have alot I can imagine their frustrations.
Before I had this Belinea, I did temporarily have a different make and that had loads and was replaced twice as the second one was worse still
Then I got the Belinea and asides from one, its ok, but I hope that others do not break out
Jekyll and Hyde