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Water falled on my lcd screen

One night due to heavy rain some rain drops are had fallen on my lcd screen through the window .From that situation onwards a white flash is appearing at the botom.Iam unable to see the taskbar .i showed to a mechanic .He said that the pixels are burned and it canot be repaired.
is ther any solution to my problem.please answer
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I'm sorry to say that the LCD monitor may not be repairable. For the time being you may be able to drag the taskbar to the right side of the screen. Left click on the tool bar and drag it to the right. Even if you can't see the taskbar it should work. I hope you can replace your lcd display soon.

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