Originally Posted by Jboss
I have a question, i have minor backlight bleed at the very middle top of my screen but i'm wondering if the success rate of that backlight bleed fix is 100% successful or not. Is there also a chance that it might create more backlight bleed if not done right?
I think when i press on the bezel at the top the backlight bleed dissipates a bit, that's something i can fix by relieving or adding pressure to the bezel? If i do decide to disassemble it, it's going to be a HUGE pain in the ass as my monitor is already wall mounted so i would have to take off the wall mount and what not to do this haha.
No, the fix is not 100% successful, probably not even close, backlight bleeding is probably a combination of both the panel and the monitor assembly, but it's very easy to try.
The monitor is very easy to open from the front, I kind of just pulled off the front part with my hand. I broke one of the plastic pieces that snap together and hold the front cover in place by doing this. This is not a problem, as there are many of them. And I did damage the warranty sticker at the bottom.
There is also a tape mod, that you could try, but for that you would need to remove the lcd panel. Seems like a lot of work.