Can Pressing on a Laptop Screen Damage It?

Pressing too hard on an LCD screen can cause a crack, and then you're out of luck. A pressure mark is a sign of physical damage inside the laptop screen, and it is related to the problem of dead or stuck pixels. Repairing pressure marks is generally not financially feasible, as it involves dismantling the laptop screen, which is a complicated and intricate task. The combination of the different colored crystals on the screen that are on or off and the backlight that passes through them creates the color image on the screen.

If a pressure mark appears on the screen, you'll usually have to decide if the visual discomfort outweighs the cost of replacing the screen or laptop.

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