- What-if's are unknowable. You should decide on the merits.
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This page allows you to test for dead pixels on a liquid crystal display (LCD). This is done by filling the screen with a solid color and manually looking for dead pixels. One of the most common occurrences I have seen is when the screen is filled with black, and one or more red dots are visible. Dead pixels can appear different however: they could be bright, dark, or otherwise have visual defects.
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