Hi, I have climbed aboard the Oled train this year and have been delighted with what the technology provides. I do have an issue that I can’t seem to remedy though. I started with a 55” E7, it had a yellow tinted bar along the top of the screen. Even after a weeks’ worth of compensation cycles, while the banding improved, the tint remained the same. It can be seen in content, anything with snow or clouds, so for example watching this years season of GoT was a bit annoying. I decided to get a refund. Then the LG 65” C7 reduced in price, while I knew there was an additional risk of banding, I thought I’d take it. So my 65” C7 arrived and the picture was stunning and then I noticed John Snow traversing across some yellow snow, yes I had a yellow tint bar down the left-hand side. Ran it for a week, no difference. I exchanged for another – same issue And then another and the left-hand side was clean…just had a large yellow band in the middle of the screen. While I can try another (if Currys allow), I decided to phone LG to see if there have been people reporting this – to my surprise they said they are unaware of the issue. This can’t be true, am I the only one suffering the yellow band? Its not my eyes, my wife can see it too. Currys suggested trying another model (I had) and then another manufacturer, but they all have LGD panels, so assuming this variance is across them all. Do any of you have the same issue? If I didn’t see it in content, I wouldn’t be bothered, but £3K for yellow snow is a bit much. I have about 10 days left to decide what to do. I don’t have another tv and as I said at the start, Oled is amazing, so I can’t go LCD. I am assuming I am going to have to put up with it unless its just the Scottish warehouses that have all the duff models Interested to see if this affects you and to see if my assumption on the issue is across all manufactures and not just LG. Attached are various shots of the models showing 100% IRE slide and a snow scene. Edit: Now adding Red tint to the thread reported by some users. Cheers.