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BMW TV pixel loss

I own a 2004 X5 BMW. The centre LCD monitor display (TV) has an area of pixel loss which looks like someone has scratched off an area with a coin. Most the screen is perfect. There is no physical damage to the screen. BMW say they can't just replace the monitor and a new unit is A$8,000 (more than US$5,000). II have been trying to source a repairer of get a replacement screen but no luck yet.

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There is no repairs to this problem and you will have to replace the unit

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If the scratch is in the frame surrounding the viewing area and the monitor still works, I wouldn't worry about it. However, if the scratch was caused by a drop, it is possible that an intermittent connection will eventually develop and make the monitor non-functional. See if you can get the seller to guarantee against it being "dead on installation".

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(1) No need to worry about electromagnetic leakage--LCD monitors don't work the same as CRTs (and even if they did, the scratch would have to be on the inner surface of the screen to allow for even the most minor chance of any radiation).

(2) If the scratch is all the way through the glass, the damage will likely get worse. If it's just a surface scratch, the risk to the picture is from any other damage that may have occurred internally along with the scratch (see the first paragraph, above).

(3) If the scratch is in the display area, make sure it doesn't significantly impair your viewing experience. It's not worth the time or money it would take to repair the cosmetic damage, so if you can't live with its continued presence, I'd pass on this offer.

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