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HP 1740 LCD Monitor, showing 4 blue dots on screen

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Does the rest of the picture come in okay? Just 4 small dots? Those are probably dead pixels. I believe you have to have 5 (in most cases) to claim it as defective. Some people have had success tapping on them (be gentle) otherwise, you can send it into a repair company.

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