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LG 43UJ630V 43 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV (2017 Model)

This set is barely two years old and the screen has 'bloomed' showing large patches of purple/blue at various parts of the screen. LG customer service didn't want to know about taking it in for repair let alone a refund. Worst quality ever and utter disgrace the cheap components fail just outside the pathetic two year guarantee. The OS restart error seems to have finally been fixed now but as the build quality and picture quality - even when new - is terrible I would advise against buying from this company in future.

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Mine too!

I have 43UJ634V ultra-HD 43". The same thing started happening. My warranty of 2 years just finished over a month ago. Purple/blue patches in two large spots.


I love LG cause they offer the advanced tech but cheaper than other companies, so I should expect them to be of worst quality but not soooo much worse.
They are engineering their products to fail after guarantee is over. I had an older LG FullHD which was better build quality and that started breaking after 4-5 years (had a relay clicking sound while turning on and took forever to turn on but I fixed that) and now this.

I am starting to be really dissapointed with LG's products. They need to fix the buiild quality in general.

Did you find any solutions to your problem? Is it fixable?

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