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Is this an excessive amount of back light bleeding?

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It seems like a lot but there is really not much you can do. It is actually quite common in LCD displays and it doesn't necessarily mean that cheap or bad monitors do this. If you google this problem you will come across a method of forcing a cloth on the areas that are bleeding and it is worth a try. I had this issue with my Samsung TV and after doing it the backlight bleeding was less noticeable

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