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Is it normal for led backlit ips monitor to have darkish corners?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Is it normal behaviour? The top two corners have this type of darkish shade. Is this normal?

Note: There is no shadow in the middle of the screen. Its just camera interference.

It is a Bezel less benq 24in ips that uses LG Panel.

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I think that it could be some type of un-clipping, lcd monitors are different panels together in a thin metal case in a monitor, there is a very small possibility to be this problem, that the metal case has opened a bit from a hit, even it could be water damage, that water can go between the panels and make this effect

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Posted · Original PosterOP
3 minutes ago, Dimitrios Shizas said:

My monitor did that from high usage lifetime, mine was 17 years old but the panel is lcd, anyway, I think this is it,  how many years do you have this monitor?

Less than a week

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Its most probably uneven backlit. I doubt that they dropped it as this was acquired directly from the factory warehouse.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
9 minutes ago, Dimitrios Shizas said:

Oh, so this is a new monitor.

I think that they dropped it while it was in the box, maybe, it can happen

After gently pressing at hat area towards the eedge the dark shadow dissapears mostly. So this is either normal or just a feature to piss people off 😋

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Yeah, I bet they dropped it, monitors are having clips in that case, and maybe one or two of them are opened and maybe it needs to put them again in place, but this will void your warranty, so take this monitor back to the shop and say that you want a new one because of this 

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