Improvements in backlight bleed?

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    I will not start another discussion on backlight bleeding, but I have read that some believe that it may be a glue issue and after more drying, it will improve. Anyone see this happen?
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    Has anyone else seen improvements, or tried the massage method?
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    This is not true that drying it will help. The reason for the bleeding is the actual dried glue. The glue has dryed but its toxins within the glue i believe

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