was you able to fix a monitor hot pixel?

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  1. mantra

    mantra Registered Member

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    Hi

    i have a brand new monitor but with a bright hot pixel and some dark hot pixel

    it's an asus 23 inch

    i need to have 3 bright dots or 5 dark dots to have a replacement

    in short i haven't enough


    was you have to fix them ?
    and will they grow up ? i mean will they be increase with time?

    thanks
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    mantra, there is a chance that dead or hot pixels will worsen with time, especially those pixels that are next to the dead pixel, but no one can tell you for sure.

    Again, if the monitor is "brand new" (General Warranty Overview), contacting Asus is the proper course of action to take.
     
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    I'd take it back to the store/shop you originally purchased it from. In the UK, if you took something back home & discovered it was faulty in some way, as soon as you produce the receipt the shop that sold it to you are legally bound to refund your money. You can also legally refuse a credit note & demand a refund.
     
  6. mantra

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    with turned off monitor

    may i ask a very stupid question ?

    on the IPS monitor , could be visible a light pixel with the monitor turned OFF?


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    Re: with turned off monitor

    mantra, without electrical power, there is no light. You should not see anything with the monitor off, unless it is a speck of dirt?
     
  8. mantra

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    Re: with turned off monitor

    yes it's what i thought but i could not be alble to remove it
     
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