1. This is a very common and issue when it comes to a laptop screen having issues of any type and in this case what is known as dead pixels or a dead group of pixels.
2. Most laptop users will see their screen having similar examples of black or dead pixels such as the examples below:
3. Why does that happen to a laptop screen or monitor?
Typically this happens without a users control. A laptop screen in particular is made up of tens of thousands of pixels these days. Black or dead pixels is usually a sign of an old or aged laptop screen or unfortunately a defective LCD screen if the dead pixels appear not long after the life span of the laptop.
Simply put, these frustrating black spots known as dead pixels is not the owners fault and there really isn’t anything the user can do to avoid these from happening.
4. The good news is if these spots or dead pixels become bothersome of frustrating there is one main way to completely rid your screen of the spots. Unfortunately, this isn’t the answer that a laptop owner wants to hear but the easiest solution which is actually quite affordable is to simply replace the laptop screen.
5. These dead pixels unfortunately don’t magically come back to life. Fortunately most laptop screens don’t ever get these annoying dead pixels, and chances are quite astounding that if you replace your laptop screen with an OEM screen for you laptop that you will not have these symptoms again.
6. A large part that is unavoidable and unpredictable regarding these spots is the quality control once the screens have been manufactured in the batch they are produced with.
7. Generally, a popular laptop model will have several batches and revisions of it’s respective screen being manufactured and re-manufactured. What this means is that if the initial batch or first batch of laptop screen receive reports of defects such as the spots, then the sequential batches of screens will have this issue addressed so that replacing the laptop screen with a new one will not suffer from this issue.
We make sure that quality control and inspection / testing is all part of the process for the highest quality OEM laptop screens if you should need to ever replace your screen. Feel free to contact us should you have any questions or concerns regarding dead pixels or dead spots.
Rest assured are screens are all OEM and have gone rigorous inspection and testing before they are ever release or sold to the laptop user or end customer.
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