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What you have is a row of "stuck" pixels. Do a google search for a utility that will "repair stuck pixels" I have used them with very limited success. Your chances are better if it is just one or two but you have whole row. That says to me it's a bad transistor somewhere.
Here is a video that shows how the 'unsticking" process works with a web link.
You are probably looking at buying a new screen.
Posted on Sep 13, 2010
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