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Old 07-11-2009, 09:28 AM   #21
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No I sure didn't. But basically (and I know this sounds crazy) You hit the screen with something like a PDA Stylus. You want to hit just to the side of the spot so it will actually "move" the spot in the direction you want it to go. You essentially "move" it off the screen in this manner. It will leave a trail of individual pixels in it's path but they will go away in a few days. (Faster if you play DVDs) I only recommend doing this if you have several stuck pixels together. You do have to remove the coating afterwords as I mentioned. The process will scratch the antiglare coating of course. I tried all the other methods like pushing the pixels and turning the screen on and off, but nothing but this worked. I had a group about the size of a pencil eraser so I had to do something it was driving me crazy.
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The new look. Now I'm having second thoughts about selling it!!!!!!!! And go figure I have a guy coming to look at it Thrusday!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 07-12-2009, 07:38 PM   #23
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trim looks great! Di you end up painting it? What'd you use?

BTW, time for some silver bulbs: http://autolumination.com/titaniumseries.htm
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Old 07-12-2009, 08:14 PM   #24
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Yeah, I used Krylon Satin Black. I did them first with some Valspar Flat and it wasn't a perfect match. So I stripped them down with thinner and used the Satin. It's a perfect match to the corners. I was actually thinking about the bulbs myself. A guy called me and wants to meet me Thurs. to look at the car. He's coming a long way so I'm thinking He's serious about it. As soon as he called I was having second thoughts about it. I really like the car, but for that price I can't hardly pass it up. No way I'm taking less than the 16,200, though. lol Did you do your screen yet????
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