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Get all the information on the stuck pixel. What is a stuck pixel? How are they formed? and.. frequently asked questions.
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How can check my screen on stuck pixel(s)?
Stuck pixels are easy to find when neighbouring pixels are black. Stuck pixels appear as bright red, green, blue, yellow, teal, purple or white points on a black background....
Have you ever noticed that a pixel - a little dot on your computer�s LCD monitor - is staying a single color all of the time? You have a stuck pixel. Luckily, stuck pixels aren�t always permanent.
Stuck and dead pixels are hardware problems. They�re often caused by manufacturing flaws - pixels aren�t supposed to get stuck or die over time.
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If you have an LCD screen, LCD projector or plasma screen the answer is almost certainly yes. If you have stuck pixels or screen burn there is a very good chance that Bad Crystal will be able to repair your screen.
Screen burn-in, image burn-in or ghost image, colloquially known as screen burn, is a permanent discoloration of areas on an display. Plasma displays are highly susceptible to burn-in, while LCD-type displays are generally less so. Because of the more rapid luminance degradation of current organic compounds used in OLED-type displays, OLED is even more susceptible to burn-in than plasma. In addition, the wide variation in luminance degradation with OLED....
About burn-in
Stuck pixel is a common deffect on LCD screens. The problem with stuck pixels are that they remain in the "block light" position. A stuck pixel thinks that it is powered to "darken" that particular element. It requires less power for a LCD display to let light out (white page - or backlights and a disconnected display panel) than to stop it (black image).
Vertical banding or stuck stripes