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Sharp Actius AL27 pixel problems

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My Actius has begun having trouble displaying colors properly. Random red and blue pixels are displayed within color fields. Flesh tones and greys often have lines of blue pixels within them, while certain white fields have extra red pixels stuck on.

At first this seemed to be a software problem and happened only occasionally. Now it is continuous.

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  • hayabusaraci Oct 23, 2008

    I am getting red dots on my Sharp Actius PC-AL27. It's doing it on any pictures on the screen. It would only do it once in a while and when rebooted seemed to help. Now its like this all the time.

  • Dean Joly
    Dean Joly May 11, 2010

    Does the same symptoms reproduce themselves on an external monitor. If they do you have some faulty RAM or Video RAM possibly. If not then you might have a faulty LCD panel.

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From what you described, it seems as though your LCD panel is going bad or the inverter board is bad. Does it change colors if you were to reposition (tilt) the LCD back and forth in either direction?

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