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LG E6 OLED Owners and Discussion Thread Part 6

MrNikeR

Active Member
I have Twitted and Emailed LG for a response !
 

Geoggy

Well-known Member
It's old news that's been repackaged to look new...

and during the repackaging they added Europe to the old news, making it new news? Irrelevant really either way - I want my tele fixed.
 

MrNikeR

Active Member

MrNikeR

Active Member
I have a replay from LG on Twitter coming through as I send this....
 

MrNikeR

Active Member
Hi C, in the process of carrying out the voluntary replacement service in South Korea where the TV power board issue was first reported, LG has continued to investigate the possibility of certain TV models being affected in other markets. The company is actively following-up on all reports related to LG TV operational issues and is initiating talks with relevant government regulatory agencies where necessary. If it is determined that customers in additional markets are experiencing overheating issues with their power boards, LG will initiate a voluntary replacement or repair service in those locations and customers will be notified of all necessary information regarding the programme’s operation in their market. Thank you.
 

MrNikeR

Active Member
A final Twitter from LG -
Hi C, the issue has been considered by the European Commission which quotes the Information and Communication System on Market Surveillance (ICSMS), which has categorised the issue as ‘N-low risk,’ the lowest risk level, with no incidences having been reported to warrant any serious concern, indicating the TVs are safe to use.
 

MrNikeR

Active Member
Long live the E6 :clap:
 

andrewilley

Member
I had a similar reply via their Facebook account:
Hi Andre, in the process of carrying out the voluntary replacement service in South Korea where the TV power board issue was first reported, LG has continued to investigate the possibility of certain TV models being affected in other markets. The company is actively following-up on all reports related to LG TV operational issues and is initiating talks with relevant government regulatory agencies where necessary.

If it is determined that customers in additional markets are experiencing overheating issues with their power boards, LG will initiate a voluntary replacement or repair service in those locations and customers will be notified of all necessary information regarding the programme’s operation in their market.

Andre
 

SeeMoreDigital

Well-known Member

Like I said.... Old news!
 

Bossk128

Well-known Member
That link mentions it currently is not active in the uk
 

MrNikeR

Active Member

-Spike-

Well-known Member
Hi all,

Anyone here use Apple TV with their E6, more specifically through an amp and encounter any issues?

From time to time if I pause Apple TV and once the screensaver kicks in, if I then try and resume the programme sometimes it reverts back to the E6 screensaver. This seems to be happening more frequently now.
I have premium certified HDMI cables and a Denon X2500. Other sources seem fine.
 

ruffian2205

Well-known Member
Hi all,

Anyone here use Apple TV with their E6, more specifically through an amp and encounter any issues?

From time to time if I pause Apple TV and once the screensaver kicks in, if I then try and resume the programme sometimes it reverts back to the E6 screensaver. This seems to be happening more frequently now.
I have premium certified HDMI cables and a Denon X2500. Other sources seem fine.
mine occasionally goes to the LG screen saver when I’m jumping around from one thing to another on the ATV 4K and it sometimes has problems when switching to a Dolby Vision source, suggesting it’s a handshaking issue
 

-Spike-

Well-known Member
mine occasionally goes to the LG screen saver when I’m jumping around from one thing to another on the ATV 4K and it sometimes has problems when switching to a Dolby Vision source, suggesting it’s a handshaking issue
Thanks for the reply.
So would you think that’s more device rather than cable?
 

SimonST

Distinguished Member
edit: nm
 
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ruffian2205

Well-known Member
Thanks for the reply.
So would you think that’s more device rather than cable?
i dont Think it’s cables. I think it maybe something to do with my Denon amp as it sometimes loses input on my oppo when switching to a Dolby Vision source.
 

xWill

Active Member
My LG E6 55" bought Jan 2017 is showing the Netflix logo from the Netflix selection screen on red backgrounds. I'm aware that the 3D panels are no longer available but I'm keen to find out if anyone has actually had the panel replaced in their E6 with a 2D panel or whether their TV has just been written off with a replacement model or refund?

Please let me know if you've had your E6 panel replaced with a 2D model.
 

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Rickp69

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Had my set (65") just over 3 years now and it has just developed a line down the middle of screen (not a band) which is very noiticable watching football with the movement of the pitch. I commented about it on the recent articles regarding product recalls in Korea starting to affect US and Europe and LG have asked for all my details. I know they cannot replace the 3D so won't be accepting a new screen if offered, but interested in what they have to say. Will keep you posted!
LG have told me this weekend that the line down the middle of the screen is acceptable according to their assessment and comes under screen panel non uniformity but for me to try and progress the problem through my extended guarantee I got with my retailer (Crampton and Moore)
 

Vinny74

Active Member
i dont Think it’s cables. I think it maybe something to do with my Denon amp as it sometimes loses input on my oppo when switching to a Dolby Vision source.
I have an LG 55E6V, an Oppo 203 and a Denon AVR-X2700H and am having the same issue. It only seems to happen with Dolby Vision and not HDR. Glad I'm not the only one
 

Vinny74

Active Member
i dont Think it’s cables. I think it maybe something to do with my Denon amp as it sometimes loses input on my oppo when switching to a Dolby Vision source.
I have an LG 55E6V, an Oppo 203 and a Denon AVR-X2700H and am having the same issue. It only seems to happen with Dolby Vision and not HDR. Glad I'm not the only one
 

-Spike-

Well-known Member
I have an LG 55E6V, an Oppo 203 and a Denon AVR-X2700H and am having the same issue. It only seems to happen with Dolby Vision and not HDR. Glad I'm not the only one
Come to think of it I think it is happening each time with Dolby Vision.
 

SimonST

Distinguished Member
My LG E6 55" bought Jan 2017 is showing the Netflix logo from the Netflix selection screen on red backgrounds. I'm aware that the 3D panels are no longer available but I'm keen to find out if anyone has actually had the panel replaced in their E6 with a 2D panel or whether their TV has just been written off with a replacement model or refund?

Please let me know if you've had your E6 panel replaced with a 2D model.

I'd be surprised if anyone has actually accepted a 2D panel replacement. If they can't repair it (replace like for like 3D panel) then you're within your rights to have a refund or exchange/credit, so may as well get a 2020 set; even if they want to reduce value for TV usage you still shouldn't have to spend anything, given how much more the 2016 sets retailed for.
 

KalpeshChavan

Active Member
Hey guys, Today I received a short notice on my E6 saying something like "Free power supply replacement......."(Couldn't read it completely). Anybody received the same? please guide. Thanks in advance!
 

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