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LG UHD UK6360 picture quality reduces & seems dull after firmware update to 05.10.45

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I recently updated my LG UHD UK6360 firmware to 05.10.45. However, after update I see picture quality has been reduced and seems to be very dull in nature. Any user experiencing  the same issue? Is there any way to restore old firmware?

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