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Blob in lcd monitor

Discussion in 'Electronic Repair' started by Dave D, Jun 24, 2006.

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  1. Dave D

    Dave D Guest

    Not that I'm aware of, sorry!

  2. 3 cm wide, screen not cracked.
    Are there tricks to "maybe" cure this?

    Bart Bervoets
  3. mc

    mc Guest

    Sometimes a mild one goes away if you just poke it!
  4. Jim Land

    Jim Land Guest

    Some home remedies people have tried (with mixed results) include gently
    massaging the bad area with your finger and applying gentle heat from a
    hair dryer. Also, there are programs for "exercising" a bad area in the
    hopes that flipping its switch enough times will revive it. YMMV.
  5. JANA

    JANA Guest

    Normaly when this happens, the display panel must be changed.

    I have heard about messaging the area very gently, or using a hair dryer on
    the spot. But, I have never seen any of these remedies work.

    The most common cause of damage to LCD screens is from people putting their
    fingers on them when they want to point to something. Usually the damage is



    3 cm wide, screen not cracked.
    Are there tricks to "maybe" cure this?

    Bart Bervoets
  6. I try that, sounds like a good idea, nothing to lose
    anyway :)

    Bart Bervoets
  7. Any name of such program btw?
  8. Well, thanks, the blob is gone, gentle heat from a hairdryer did the trick.
    Unlike some losers who sent me swear emails about
    being a bad technician and trying to screw a customer
    (is my own monitor btw), you offer decent replies instead
    of telling me to replace the glass (and send more money
    to china)
    Thanks everybody for the good suggestions.

    Bart Bervoets
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