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post #4881 of 11286
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Originally Posted by LiL WaYNe View Post

that sounds pretty bad... have you filed a dispute on paypal and escalate it to get paypal to intervene?
i just sent my DOA monitor and i'm demanding a refund or i'll escalate the dispute.

Think I should talk to green-sum again to see what he has to say first?
post #4882 of 11286
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Originally Posted by DRatchet View Post

Think I should talk to green-sum again to see what he has to say first?

yea. asked him to refund you or else take it up with paypal.
post #4883 of 11286
Looking more closely, I'm not entirely sure if they are in fact dead pixels. If I put my eye right up to my screen, it looks like the pixels are working, but there is like.. dirt under the screen somehow. It's in multiple places, and can't be cleaned off. Looks like a dead pixel from viewing distance.
post #4884 of 11286
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Originally Posted by DRatchet View Post

Looking more closely, I'm not entirely sure if they are in fact dead pixels. If I put my eye right up to my screen, it looks like the pixels are working, but there is like.. dirt under the screen somehow. It's in multiple places, and can't be cleaned off. Looks like a dead pixel from viewing distance.

hmm dirt. is urs a tempered glass version? i hear they tend to have dust stuck under the glass.
post #4885 of 11286
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Originally Posted by LiL WaYNe View Post

hmm dirt. is urs a tempered glass version? i hear they tend to have dust stuck under the glass.

No, no glass...

I'm really not sure what it is. They might be dead pixels. I don't have much experience with dead pixels though, so I can't say for sure.
post #4886 of 11286
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Originally Posted by DRatchet View Post

No, no glass...
I'm really not sure what it is. They might be dead pixels. I don't have much experience with dead pixels though, so I can't say for sure.

I think we might have exactly the same problem. CHeck my picture, do they look the same?
450
post #4887 of 11286
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Originally Posted by braveblade View Post

I think we might have exactly the same problem. CHeck my picture, do they look the same?
450

Mine are dark colored, and most easily seen when the screen is white.

WIdFR.jpg
post #4888 of 11286
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Originally Posted by DRatchet View Post

No, no glass...
I'm really not sure what it is. They might be dead pixels. I don't have much experience with dead pixels though, so I can't say for sure.

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Originally Posted by braveblade View Post

I think we might have exactly the same problem. CHeck my picture, do they look the same?

Have either of you stuck a 'stuck pixel' test? Looks like debris in the panels to me, but hard to tell from the photo. Debris will appear dark against a light background color.
post #4889 of 11286
I will ask for a refund from green-sum, too much risk and hassle with these monitors. I will probably buy a hp 2440w instead, maybe not as good as these korean monitors, but with 3 years warranty.
post #4890 of 11286
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Originally Posted by rollOver View Post

Have either of you stuck a 'stuck pixel' test? Looks like debris in the panels to me, but hard to tell from the photo. Debris will appear dark against a light background color.

Yea, I'm pretty sure it's not a stuck pixel.
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