Due to my lack of adequate support when mounting the strip last year I have damaged one pixel in my strip. The lights either side work fine. The lights in the non functioning pixel will come on if I squeeze the strip in the right place. I think it was if I pressed near the chip. How hard is this to repair. What's the tricks. I've watched ShellNZ's vid on how to join a strip and I am reasonably confident I could cut the faulty pixel out and rejoin it. I would also be keen to have a crack at fixing the pixel if that is possible. The way I see if that failed all would have to do is cut out the pixel and rejoin it anyway. What's the tips for cutting the silicon cover away without damaging the strip. As you would be more aware than me there are no visible wires running through the strip other than at the cut lines. Hence, why I have been loath to look around in there for a broken wire/join. Can I determine which wire is broken with a multi meter by say measuring resistance between the join markers at each end of the pixel. Any tips will be greatly appreciated.