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Permanent Red Line Down the left side of the screen

I dont know what happened but my screen on my home computer shows a red line running vertically down the left side of the computer screen when turned on. Ive tried adjusting the screen resolution and nothing has helped. Can this be fixed or should i just invest in another monitor?

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This can't be repaired, the LCD panel is a sealed unit. if you can't live with it then you need a new monitor

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