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Lcd tv with wrong color on one pixel

I have a new 32" lcd tv that has one pixel that emits the wrong color. Doing a color test it does change colors, but is always off. One red pixel when all the rest are black or blue. Black when all the rest are red. Yellow when all the rest are green. Green when all the rest are yellow. Blue when all the rest are white.

It is a proscan 32" with dvd on sale for $399 that was bought at local of a national retailer. And this is the second one I have tried, the first had a similar issue with one pixel in a different area of the screen.

Any help would be appreciated.

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LCD screens occasionally have what are called "Stuck pixels". There is a tutorial in wikihow which might help you out here:

http://www.fixya.com/manuals/w153177-fix_stuck_pixel_lcd_monitor

Try that and see if it helps. Stuck pixels are actually a slighty common problem.

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