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I have a  series 6 oled 65 inch it is  1.5 years old.  It has experienced burn in from the news baners that CBS uses.   This is true even though I simply watch the evening news.  That is bad enough but now it has a growing green patch that is not burn in.  See the lower right quadrant of the screen near the tail of the y.   This is a know problem with series  6 pannels.   I am 6 month out of warranty so lg say too bad.  In short, lg manufactured a faulty pannel, which it has since replaced, but won't aknowledge or stand by its customers.  $3,500 wasted.

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Speaking only for the UK if you have proved something that you can prove had a manufacturing defect and you paid by credit card then that can give you an avenue to seek a refund.  Of course your mileage may vary in your country.

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