WARNING for LG OLED TVs: [Not glass E8s] If, like me, you missed any mention of film removal from the back of the B8 & C8 TVs in the LG manual then go and check RIGHT NOW! Your home, family and health may be at serious risk! EDIT: The invisible plastic film DOES NOT covers the vent holes in the plastic electronics housing at the back. I checked the size of the film and it just reaches the bump on the back. If you look at the pretty metal back plate of these LG OLED TV screens there is a whole series of small punched-out circles in the plastic film. That's how you know it is still there. I thought they were machining or factory lifting sucker marks or even designer decoration. I was wrong! Catch a top corner of the film with your fingernail and carefully peel the whole film downwards or sideways but NOT backwards. Pulling backwards could easily flex the TV badly. Or even pull it over. The film sticks like the proverbial poo to a blanket! Check all the film has gone: There are small strips at the bottom outboard edges too. There is NOTHING about this film removal in my LG TV manual and yet overheating as a result it is not covered by any LG guarantee. How many TVs are fixed closely to a wall without the film being removed? Why on earth don't LG clearly mark the film for compulsory removal? One might have thought that a pre-calibrated TV might have the film removed, but no. It's no wonder our TV was stinking! My wife was ready to leave home! PS: Our TV still smells after the removal of the film.