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Black two inch line down screen

You can see everything else the only thing you cant is through the black line

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The monitor is bad. The two inch line down the screen is dead pixels. This is a comon problem on both laptops and flat panel monitors. It will need to be replaced. If it is still under warranty, it will be covered.

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