If You see that black spot while monitor is off then the LCD needs to be replace. if not then check these....
Check the LCD panel (push a little bit from the black spot place if it loose colours then may be it is due to the improper connection with panel board.( check the voltage while changing the screen resolution, if everything is ok then......
LCD pixels burned. replace the LCD panel or if u want to use it as it is then decrease the brightness and don't use high resolution images.
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hey there I think the problem is your magnet. Make sure to never keep magnets near your laptop. A magnet can erase the data off your disk and cause issues with your monitor. Anything that uses electro-magnetism to function will be affected by magnets.
It is very possible that the LCD is damaged. If the screen was pressed hard enough it can cause the components to become damaged. Repairing monitors is a lot more expensive then buying a new one unfortunately. You probably could get a 22inch monitor for under $180.
one of the floresant bulbs has fail there is a place in Haverhill Ma called Tops Electronics that can fix you up really quick but you will have to ship it to them they do good work there
their new name is pinnacle solutions group over 30 year serviceing
How long have you owned it? Mine did the same thing. It was a dead spot which got worse. It was just past warranty (of course) but I took it back to Home Depot & they worked with me to get it replaced. Unfortunately, I think this is your only hope. The monitor dept. told me that once they get dead spots there is nothing you can do for them. Wish the news was better.
Understand I risk getting a bad rating from you, but I thought you should know. You have a bad optical block. Sony was supplying the optical block and covering the labor for replacement until June of this year, but that extension has expired. Your best bet is to contact Sony Customer support at 800-222-SONY. They will probably want an authorized tech to come out and evaluate the set. You may be able to get them to cover the part under warranty, but it may take a letter to the customer service executive committee to get that to happen. I am sorry I could not help more.
The black spot can stop or keep spreading, but it will never disappear or reduce in size. This is caused from a leak of liquid between layers inside the lcd panel.
Nothing to do apart changing lcd panel. Bring monitor to nearest service and check if it is worth being repaired (changing screen panel).