Dead pixels

I've got a 32" Samsung LED TV and about 4 months ago I noticed that I have some dead pixels (dead pixels, not stuck pixels) on it. I use the TV as a monitor and the dead pixels are only spreading, a week ago I noticed that the dead pixels are now in a another part of the TV. I don't have warranty on my TV, does anyone have a idea how can i stop the spread? And does someone know how can I fix them and how much it's going to cost me? Also don't send me the pixel fix programs, because I have dead pixels not stuck pixels.
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  1. There is nothing you can do yourself without buying hardware, need to replace the screen. To replace it with parts and labor will be pretty much what a new 32" TV would cost, check ebay for the part.
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