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My envision 19 inch montitor has two stuck pixels

They are red and i have it.

Thanks for any help .

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    i hate the stuck pixels.

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Go to YouTube and search for stuck or dead pixel repairs. They have a few solutions that may help you out. Hope this helps you !

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