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Let's also take this opportunity to clarify our terms, since I think we're engaging in some word abuse here:

1. A "dead" pixel is not the same thing as a "stuck" pixel.

2. A "dead" pixel is always black (ie does not operate). A "stuck" pixel is usually stuck on a particular color (white, red etc).

3. A "stuck" pixel can often be GENTLY massaged into working again. A "dead" pixel cannot be.

Thus, if you have an iPad with a "stuck" pixel, you may want to try gently fixing it yourself. If you genuinely have an iPad with a "dead" pixel, I would ask Apple for a replacement.
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