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What you may be seeing are a few of the many pixels that make up the composition of the LCD screen. These spots will resemble small dots and may appear red, green, blue, white or black. High-precision technology is used to manufacture these LCD displays to maintain a high standard of operation. On all LCD screens, however, there may be a small number of pixels that do not change color; this is a normal occurrence for all LCD screens from all manufacturers. Most of the time, these pixels are noticeable only while an all-white or all-black picture is shown on the screen and should not be noticeable during normal viewing.
If the issue is still unresolved, service may be required. Begin the procedure to send your Sony product into a Sony facility to be repaired.
IMPORTANT: A replacement LCD may exhibit the same characteristics or have pixel issues in a more noticeable position than on the display it is replacing.