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Panel uniformity. If pressure related..

Has anybody disassembled their display to experiment with areas of panel assembly that may have inconsistent pressure points during manufacturing? Have the pressure variations been validated through changes in the uniformity?
Are the brighter areas due to too much pressure or not enough?
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idk about cracking the panel open, but if its from bezel pinch, you can always pull them off.

what screen are you referring to? The answer is going to vary. Like, I'm pretty sure the corner bleed on my 3440x1440p is from internal stresses of the panel itself.

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idk about cracking the panel open, but if its from bezel pinch, you can always pull them off.

what screen are you referring to? The answer is going to vary. Like, I'm pretty sure the corner bleed on my 3440x1440p is from internal stresses of the panel itself.
No specific screen. Apart from bezel stresses, is it possible to manipulate the pressures of the panel itself and influence the degree of uniformity?

Anybody daring enough to partially disassemble their displays and experiment?
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hmmmm

heat? that's where my mind went first on it.

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I don't keep such monitors or have spares to ruin for lulz.

Someone send me a free monitor (LCD) and I will gut it. Some joker sends me a CRT it's staying at the post office, I ain't lugging that thing a mile home only to find out the tube is cracked.



Bleed is often from pressure. Uniformity and color temperature is often from manufacturing of the panel itself.
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i'm pretty sure UPS would disappear a CRT if they'd even accept it right now

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