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Originally Posted by snafflehog View Post

To state that "This seller is selling only the defective monitors" says to me that you are a trolling moron who needs to zip up and stop whinging about buying a monitor outside of eBay

name calling is one one typical behavior of a "trolling moron" like you have just demonstrated, get a life!
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"This seller is selling only the defective monitors, as it appears according to the recent posts from from our members."
"This seller seems to be now selling a high proportion of defective monitors, as it appears according to the recent posts from from our members."
I have only taken issue with what is being said due to the incessant and arrogant nature of the previous posts.

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I bought my Crossover 27Q from lightnspace/astrobile.

Shipping speed was the most impressive I've ever experienced. I bought the monitor on Sunday - it arrived at my home less than 48 hours later!

My monitor is not "defective" by my understanding of that term. It's a beautiful display! No yellow tint or light leakage. Colors and of course resolution are fantastic.

My monitor does have more than 5 stuck/dead pixels. I have probably about 20 scattered around the right border of the screen. They are impossible to see in normal use. I can only find them when I switch to an all-black screen in 'high contrast' mode, and make a special effort. Presumably some of the the stuck pixels may correct themselves over time. It's simply not a problem.

Overall I am a satisfied customer. I got a Crossover 27 for the lowest price on Ebay. My display looks fantastic.

Where I fault lightnspace/astrobile is in its eBay listings.The listings state that, by their policy, more than 5 dead/stuck pixels makes a monitor "faulty." Of course, they never claim that they don't sell 'faulty' monitors, but this is implied. The listings create an expectation in some buyers of receiving nearly 'perfect pixel' panels. I never had this expectation, since these were the least expensive Crossover monitors on eBay. I expected that the lower price would bring a few extra stuck pixels.

With regard to these these eBay listings, it's obvious that English is not the native language of their authors. While I do believe the listings should be edited for clarity, I don't think there's some master plan by lightnspace/astrobile to sneak a few extra stuck pixels onto our screens.

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cmon guys take your flaming out of here, get back on topic.
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i've been running that profile for about week or 2 now and I have to set it every time I reboot. windows won't keep it applied.


http://www.laszlopusztai.net/2009/08/23/stop-losing-display-calibration-with-windows-7/[/quote]

Follow the steps. It's not enough to just set as default.
You have to go through options to enable the grayed out box then check it.
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I bought my Crossover 27Q from lightnspace/astrobile.
Shipping speed was the most impressive I've ever experienced. I bought the monitor on Sunday - it arrived at my home less than 48 hours later!
My monitor is not "defective" by my understanding of that term. It's a beautiful display! No yellow tint or light leakage. Colors and of course resolution are fantastic.
My monitor does have more than 5 stuck/dead pixels. I have probably about 20 scattered around the right border of the screen. They are impossible to see in normal use. I can only find them when I switch to an all-black screen in 'high contrast' mode, and make a special effort. Presumably some of the the stuck pixels may correct themselves over time. It's simply not a problem.
Overall I am a satisfied customer. I got a Crossover 27 for the lowest price on Ebay. My display looks fantastic.
Where I fault lightnspace/astrobile is in its eBay listings.The listings state that, by their policy, more than 5 dead/stuck pixels makes a monitor "faulty." Of course, they never claim that they don't sell 'faulty' monitors, but this is implied. The listings create an expectation in some buyers of receiving nearly 'perfect pixel' panels. I never had this expectation, since these were the least expensive Crossover monitors on eBay. I expected that the lower price would bring a few extra stuck pixels.
With regard to these these eBay listings, it's obvious that English is not the native language of their authors. While I do believe the listings should be edited for clarity, I don't think there's some master plan by lightnspace/astrobile to sneak a few extra stuck pixels onto our screens.

You got ripped off. He is supposed to cover the return shipping for any monitor with an obscene amount of dead pixels like yours.
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You got ripped off. He is supposed to cover the return shipping for any monitor with an obscene amount of dead pixels like yours.

He won't! I got mine from this seller, I have over 30 stuck pixels on the right edge of the screen, I emailed him, opened a dispute case, escalated to claim, and he never even responded to my emails or the claim, none! Paypal ruled that I am responsible for the return shipping cost, even though the seller lost in the claim in default for failing to respond to the claim (he obviously knows that I won't be able to ship back the monitors, reasons are stated below). Further more, paypal requires signature confirmation, paypal told me that if I ship using USPS, paypal would not be able to verify the signature online, and if seller claims he never signed for it (which if using USPS, seller would claim he never signed for the shipment, and USPS won't be able to produce the online signature), then paypal won't give me my refund.

The cheapest shipping rate for returning one monitor (USPS is not allowed) is with FEDEX whose online rate quote is $378 (for one monitor), paypal requires me to send both monitors back since the seller didn't respond to my claim, I am not allowed to return only the defected monitor (the other monitor doesn't have massive defective pixels but has severe backlight bleed), but must return both monitors to get the full refund. I am essentially screwed again by paypal this time: I am forced to keep the defected monitors, because the return shipping costs more then the purchase price.
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He won't! I got mine from this seller, I have over 30 stuck pixels on the right edge of the screen, I emailed him, opened a dispute case, escalated to claim, and he never even responded to my emails or the claim, none! Paypal ruled that I am responsible for the return shipping cost, even though the seller lost in the claim in default for failing to respond to the claim (he obviously knows that I won't be able to ship back the monitors, reasons are stated below). Further more, paypal requires signature confirmation, paypal told me that if I ship using USPS, paypal would not be able to verify the signature online, and if seller claims he never signed for it (which if using USPS, seller would claim he never signed for the shipment, and USPS won't be able to produce the online signature), then paypal won't give me my refund.
The cheapest shipping rate for returning one monitor (USPS is not allowed) is with FEDEX whose online rate quote is $378 (for one monitor), paypal requires me to send both monitors back since the seller didn't respond to my claim, I am not allowed to return only the defected monitor (the other monitor doesn't have massive defective pixels but has severe backlight bleed), but must return both monitors to get the full refund. I am essentially screwed again by paypal this time: I am forced to keep the defected monitors, because the return shipping costs more then the purchase price.
There goes the $700. Sucks to know you got faulty monitors and you can't do anything about it and you got scammed for $700 by korean douche.
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He won't! I got mine from this seller, I have over 30 stuck pixels on the right edge of the screen, I emailed him, opened a dispute case, escalated to claim, and he never even responded to my emails or the claim, none! Paypal ruled that I am responsible for the return shipping cost, even though the seller lost in the claim in default for failing to respond to the claim (he obviously knows that I won't be able to ship back the monitors, reasons are stated below). Further more, paypal requires signature confirmation, paypal told me that if I ship using USPS, paypal would not be able to verify the signature online, and if seller claims he never signed for it (which if using USPS, seller would claim he never signed for the shipment, and USPS won't be able to produce the online signature), then paypal won't give me my refund.
The cheapest shipping rate for returning one monitor (USPS is not allowed) is with FEDEX whose online rate quote is $378 (for one monitor), paypal requires me to send both monitors back since the seller didn't respond to my claim, I am not allowed to return only the defected monitor (the other monitor doesn't have massive defective pixels but has severe backlight bleed), but must return both monitors to get the full refund. I am essentially screwed again by paypal this time: I am forced to keep the defected monitors, because the return shipping costs more then the purchase price.

Well this is why there are recommended sellers to go through.
Now to solve your issue. Your return shipping cost seem to be way high. Do you know that the sellers don';t pay as high as your selling when shipping to and from. Reason being they label the product as being less then or equal to 100$, 90$. I did an estimate of return shipping for the fun of it awhile ago and it was way cheaper then what your saying. So don't screw yourself over and do it the right way unless you just want the monitor.
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