Oh, I thought a stuck pixel was the opposite of a dead one. Maybe I was wrong. I've seen other forums and help sites say that a stuck pixel is either red, green, blue, or white in color and that a permanently dead pixel is black only, and that the black ones are the ones that can't be resurrected by any means. As far as I can tell, this monitor doesn't have any permanently black pixels, just this one little whitish blue one. (After closer examination, it appears to be more blue than white.) I'll check on my warranty just in case.
I've got a Viewsonic LCD (VA903 series) monitor. It's a few months old and it has a stuck pixel now. As far as I can tell, it's just one pixel, and it's stuck white. I've read that rubbing the pixel lightly might fix it, and I do have a microfiber cloth, but I'm not sure I want to run the risk of adding a few dead pixels to the stuck one. I've also downloaded and tried a program called UndeadPixel, but it hasn't worked yet. I've left it on all day today. Any suggestions? It's only the one pixel so returning the monitor isn't really an option yet. I searched the boards here already and have pretty much tried everything already mentioned, including the seizure inducing full screen video. Seemed a tad overkill for one bad pixel.