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  1. NoCoOutdoorGuys

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    So, I got my H. Unpacked it and everything looks ok on first inspection. It's raining so no flying.

    I charged up the ST-16 and decided I'd familiarize myself with it and Android (I'm an iOS guy).

    I noticed 2 hot or dead pixels one on the far right of the screen and one in the center. Apple has a tight tolerance for dead pixels. Does anyone know what Yuneec's take on it is?
     
  2. Forrestt

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    First I have heard with this particular issue on the ST16 personally.
     
  3. NoCoOutdoorGuys

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    I'll try to get a picutre of it tomorrow. Not sure how well it shows. I also think there's a light leak on the bottom edge of the screen. I'm hyper sensitive to screen variation so that's why I ask.
     
  4. JohnL

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    I've got two dead pixels on my screen as well. One in the far right upper part of the screen, and one in the right lower part. Whatcha gonna do?:(
     
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  5. DroneClone

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    Send it back:mad:
     
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  6. Forrestt

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    @DC, that is what I would do for sure. Especially since the majority of those people that have had to send theirs back for whatever problem had a quick turn around.
     
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  7. NoCoOutdoorGuys

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    I emailed support. We'll see what they say.
     
  8. JohnL

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    Hey could you take a photo (assuming it would come out ok) and post it here? I will do the same.
     
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  9. NoCoOutdoorGuys

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    Hard to get a good shot of it. Only the one on the right edge is showing. Much brighter in person. No word from Yuneec yet.
     

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  10. CAPTAINDRONE

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    I charged up the ST-16 and decided I'd familiarize myself with it and Android (I'm an iOS guy).

    I noticed 2 hot or dead pixels one on the far right of the screen and one in the center. Apple has a tight tolerance for dead pixels. Does anyone know what Yuneec's take on it is?[/QUOTE]
    Dead pixels are usually not a big deal for the user as long as they are not in an area where fixed data on the screen could be read incorrectly (i.e., a half charged battery looks like a 3/4 charged battery due to bright dead pixels).
     
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  11. Slo32

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    I also have a dead pixel on the ST16. Has anyone had their issue resolved? Should I return the H and get a new one or just send the controller to Yuneec for repair? Thanks in advance.
     
  12. Yuneec_Usa

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    Please call tech support for assistance with your ST16.

    Yuneec US Tech Support
    1-844-898-6332 /uscs@yuneec.com
    M-F 6am-5pm PST
    Sat. 8am-4:30pm PST
     
  13. JohnL

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    Why bother?