Here's the story:
I just got a Sony Bravia 46EX645 as a gift. It was a great upgrade from my 27 inch sony trinitron lol. I had lots of issues with the internet content and sony replaced the main board. Issues didn't resolve and they realized they should have replaced the network card. The part was on order so they said they would send me a replacement unit instead because they didn't want me to wait. I thought, perfect. Score one for Sony trying to do things right. Well the new unit came and the wireless works great! But unfortunately just off center in the new (refurbed) unit is a stuck red hot pixel glaring at me during every dark scene. I have a week to return this old tv.
What I'm thinking:
I have to return the product with the serial number of my old tv, so I can't just swap the wireless card. But I was thinking maybe I could swap the display portion of my old tv with this new (refurbed) one. Not only would that resolve the bad pixel, but also I know there aren't many hours on that display and there are an unknown number on this new (refurbed) one. What are your thoughts? I've never opened up a tv but from building my own computer, to fixing cars and changing an lcd in a laptop, I think I might be able to pull this off. Just wondering what your opinions were.