Occasionally, a pixel on your fancy new LCD monitor will become “stuck” or “dead” which is typically casued by a faulty transistor or unbalanced liquid in the display (LCD = Liquid crystal display, afterall). If you find yourself in such a predicament, don’t worry it’s pretty easy to fix using one of three methods:
- Software – Running some free software is the first step you should take. Programs such as JscreenFix and UDpixel are some of the best.
- Using Pressure – Sometimes putting pressure on the display well help redistribute liquid to the harmed areas.
- Tapping – Similar to the pressure method, tapping the problem area repeatedly (see video for more details)