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Pixels? I have had this monitor for probably over 3 years maybe 4 im am not sure. I now constantly get a blurry screen filled with red pixels making it very hard to see what is on the monitor. Also sometimes the screen gets wavey and everything is distorted.

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Seems your screen is about to die unfortunately.
To verify this see if you can connect your PC to another LCD screen, if the problem persist it is not your screen but your PC.
In case it is your PC, just clean it out (blow compressed air to remove all dust from your casing) and reinstall driver displays.
Otherwise i'm afraid a new (or used) monitor will be mandatory...

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