Well looking at all the reports of the issue, I would still go back to LG and argue that it is a design fault and therefore should be repaired without any cost to you. You could link this thread as clear evidence that it's a well known issue and LG have accepted this and have repaired many TV's at their own expense.Hi all.
I’m from Mexico and also noticed this issue on my 55 B6, it’s been three years since I bought it and last couple of months we started noticing people’s faces looked green, I did further research and it seems it’s a common issue, did the yellow pattern test and confirmed it.
Already requested LG assistance and a technician came do to some tests, he basically said this is burn-in (It isn’t) and that it’s usual behavior because of use (he even mentioned using Netflix and playing games), guess you just can’t use this tv for watching anything.
As the TV is out of warranty the cost to repair it is about 3K (more than what it actually cost). LG is refusing to do anything, already had calls with different people and they said they will send my comments to quality department, but they’re adamant is normal.
It’s just really disappointing, I’m PRO-OLED, really like this TV but it seems it’s an unreliable technology, I still have PLASMA, LCD, LED TV’s and didn’t experienced this issue before, not confident in getting another one if LG it’s not going to stick and fix it, this is clearly a design issue, not caused by burn-in.