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Is it possible to just buy a replacement screen?

ScaramooshScaramoosh Posts: 33
Brain Burst
My Go is over a year old now so I guess with these American Items it won't be covered by warranty? However I'm noticing dead pixels on the screen and it's really distracting in VR, it started with a lite row of two or three up at the top, but it wasn't noticeable too much. Now however I have another row of three or four to the right, but I find myself constantly seeing them. I just need to get the screen replaced....

Thanks. 

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  • TomCgcmfcTomCgcmfc Posts: 1,262
    Wintermute
    Maybe have a look at this YT Go teardown vid to help see what you would need to do to access the screen.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eMs_GmFhRLA

    Looks pretty hard to me.

    Maybe just contact Oculus support and see if they can help you out.  Who knows, maybe they will send you a replacement headset, or at least offer you a refurbished one at a discount price.

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  • ScaramooshScaramoosh Posts: 33
    Brain Burst
    I'm guessing I'd have to get a new one, I don't use it enough really to justify the price for it... just using it as my 360 video headset for my camera.

    Always have this problem with LCD, never had a Dead Pixel with OLED. 
  • kojackkojack Posts: 5,456 Volunteer Moderator

    Always have this problem with LCD, never had a Dead Pixel with OLED. 
    My Quest (OLED) has a dead pixel.

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