SAMSUNG LE32M86BD Dead Pixels

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  1. rhem

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    My LE32M86BD has an Dead Pixel, Is there anyway of me getting rid of it without returning it?
     
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    If its dead it is permanently dead, you might struggle to exchange it I believe most manufacturers allow a few dead pixels as within normal tolerances, I may be wrong though

    Is it a problem or just bugging you....
     
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    Are you sure it's a dead pixel and not just stuck, sometimes using a very soft cloth you can massage the area to unstick a pixel....not tried it myself but it's worth a try.

    Curly
     
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    Ok thanks guys i'll check
     

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