UV lamp treatment for yellowing?

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  1. Nucleon

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    Hello, I recently got a brand new smartphone, and I've noticed that my Surface pro 3 is seems to have a rather yellowish screen in comparison to it. Has anyone tried using a UV lamp to remove the yellowing? It seems that this somehow fixes the way the panel is glued, although I don't know the science behind this, and that some people have tried this with direct sunlight and have had successes (although people recommend uv lamps as heat from direct sunlight could damage the device), so it seems that UV light could help the device.
     
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    The Surface Pro 3 has one of the best calibrated screens in the industry, if not the best, according to DisplayMate. You may want to try to do something with your phone's screen which may be too coldly calibrated :)

    http://www.displaymate.com/Surface_Pro_ShootOut_1.htm
     
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    thanks for the info! maybe my phone screen is just colder by design.
     
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    LOL never thought I would hear our SP3 being treated for neonatal jaundice :D
     

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