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ORION PK-8401 ONE OF THE PANEL HAVE PIXEL BURING , HOW TO REMOVE, HOW TO ADJUST COLOR, IF POSSBILE SEND SERVICE MANUAL.

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WOW expensive set! Sorry to inform you that you do not replace separate pixels in this set. It comes as a whole assy. There are 4 of them and last time I saw one or the price it was around 4 to 5 grand I think. Or the driver board is bad. I would disconnect one panel and connect it to one of the good panels to see if it is the panel or the driver board. That would be one heck of an expensive mistake.

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