The Pixel Repair QuickFix DVD
The Pixel Repair QuickFix DVD!: The easiest way to fix your television!
Fix tv screen burn in, image retention and stuck or dead pixels using only your DVD player!
New from the creators of The Pixel Repair DVD comes their no-nonsense Pixel Repair QuickFix DVD!
Fix and prevent image retention on your screen!
Works with HD and widescreen televisions!
Remove Burn-In on LCD, 3DTV and Plasma screens!
Fix stuck pixels on your Plasma, LCD and 3DTV screens!
Prevent permanent damage to your TV or monitor!
Keep your LCD, Plasma or 3DTV looking like new!
Keep your LCD or Plasma screen looking like it was the day your got it! With our DVD you can prevent image retention, burn-in and ghosting, repair stuck and dead pixels so that you get the best picture possible! Repairing your TV has never been easier!
The Pixel Repair QuickFix DVD is an autoplaying and continuously repeating DVD that contains 10 minutes of screen wash footage for removing image retention and screen burn-in, followed by 10 minutes of color wheel footage for repairing any stuck pixels on your screen.
How Do I Use The Pixel Repair QuickFix DVD?
Simply purchase the DVD, download your order, burn your order to DVD, insert into your DVD player and walk away while our product works its magic on your television!
Our DVD is autoplaying and auto-repeating so you can leave it running unattended for as long as you need without worry!
For no-nonsense repair of screen burn-in, image retention and stuck pixels look no further than The Pixel Repair QuickFix DVD!
Q: Is there anything I should do to my tv for best results with your DVD?
A: For maximum efficiency of our DVD we suggest you turn your screen's brightness to maximum. This will increase the effectiveness of our screen washes where burn-in and image retention is concerned.
Q: For some reason I have black bars at the top and bottom of my screen. What can I do?
A: Our DVD has been designed to cover your entire screen during use in order to minimize this occurance as much as possible. In rare cases there may still be some combinations of screens and players that may force widescreen bars on the screen. Should you still be experiencing widescreen bars we suggest using the zoom-in mode on your DVD player which will then fill the entire screen and remedy this situation. Please consult your specific DVD manual regarding this function.