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      LG OLED65C8PLA 65" OLED Ultra HD 4K HDR Smart TV with 5 Year Warranty £1739 delivered with code @ Box-deals eBay
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      Cracking deal that. If you don’t care about HDMI 2.1 features (VRR, eARC) then I’d be all over this. Cracking value for an OLED at this size. Don’t see these getting much lower and we must be on the final rounds of stock now before these disappear
      As usual anyone looking to buy this TV may be interested in a LOAD of videos i have made about my 65 inch LG B8 OLED which is pretty much the same TV so most of my video will still apply to this TV.

      Videos include -

      the unboxing,set up and wall mounting of the 65 inch OLED
      The unboxing,set up and wall mounting of the 55 inch OLED
      My picture settings
      gaming demos
      best things about the LG OLED
      worst things about the LG OLED
      Standard Definition demo
      AND LOADS MORE.

      Also i am running a test each month on the TV to see if it is suffering from any burn in,currently on month 6

      Lots of members have found them useful in helping them make a decision on buying an OLED so anyone interested feel free to PM me.
      An extended Warranty is a must... My screen has developed a green blotch when showing the colour yellow. The TV is 18 months old & LG are not interested.

      Luckily it came with a 5yr warranty BUT its with domestic & general not LG or Peter tyson the original retailer. So having to jump through various hoops to try & get fixed.

      So moral is.... Get extended warranty & check who the warranty is with & what exactly it covers

      Would I buy an OLED LG TV again... No, screen burn happens & the reliability is not great when compared to LED tvs.


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      Edited by: "ShaneDarch" 15th Aug
      I’d love this but......the Mrs would smash it over my head!
      bumflaps15/08/2019 15:20

      I’d love this but......the Mrs would smash it over my head!


      Just get one that's too big for her to lift,problem solved 😁
      chunk3rvd15/08/2019 15:05

      Cracking deal that. If you don’t care about HDMI 2.1 features (VRR, eARC) t …Cracking deal that. If you don’t care about HDMI 2.1 features (VRR, eARC) then I’d be all over this. Cracking value for an OLED at this size. Don’t see these getting much lower and we must be on the final rounds of stock now before these disappear



      Was £1470 at Richer Sounds for the B model last month - which is basically the same as the C as far as I can tell. Unfortunately I missed out at the time, and as you say, stock getting hard to find now for the 8 series.
      I have this TV, its really really good and beat my Panasonic G20 50 inch plasma (THX certified)

      Treat it with respect and its a fantastic TV. no long term static images.
      Biggunspaul15/08/2019 15:06

      As usual anyone looking to buy this TV may be interested in a LOAD of …As usual anyone looking to buy this TV may be interested in a LOAD of videos i have made about my 65 inch LG B8 OLED which is pretty much the same TV so most of my video will still apply to this TV.Videos include - the unboxing,set up and wall mounting of the 65 inch OLED The unboxing,set up and wall mounting of the 55 inch OLED My picture settingsgaming demosbest things about the LG OLEDworst things about the LG OLEDStandard Definition demoAND LOADS MORE.Also i am running a test each month on the TV to see if it is suffering from any burn in,currently on month 6Lots of members have found them useful in helping them make a decision on buying an OLED so anyone interested feel free to PM me.


      ok??? where is the link to the video?
      flystarjay15/08/2019 17:13

      ok??? where is the link to the video?


      To be fair the last line of my post did say to PM me sent you a PM
      Biggunspaul15/08/2019 17:26

      To be fair the last line of my post did say to PM me sent you a PM


      lol sorry, did not see the pm, saw everything else and was checking if there were any links in there, thanks
      Edited by: "flystarjay" 15th Aug
      ShaneDarch15/08/2019 15:17

      An extended Warranty is a must... My screen has developed a green blotch …An extended Warranty is a must... My screen has developed a green blotch when showing the colour yellow. The TV is 18 months old & LG are not interested. Luckily it came with a 5yr warranty BUT its with domestic & general not LG or Peter tyson the original retailer. So having to jump through various hoops to try & get fixed.So moral is.... Get extended warranty & check who the warranty is with & what exactly it covers Would I buy an OLED LG TV again... No, screen burn happens & the reliability is not great when compared to LED tvs. [Image]


      What model is this? Have you run a pixel refresh? Takes a few hours but is supposed to help with issues like this. This isn’t screen burn.
      Hi, yes I have run pixel refresh numerous times & aware its not screen burn (according to forums it to do with the electronics directly behind getting hot and damaging the screen).

      It's not unheard of and others have had same issue.

      It's put me off OLED tv's as my 10yr old Samsung LED is still going strong no issues

      Model wise it's a lg-OLED55E7N
      Edited by: "ShaneDarch" 15th Aug
      ShaneDarch15/08/2019 19:01

      Hi, yes I have run pixel refresh numerous times & aware its not screen …Hi, yes I have run pixel refresh numerous times & aware its not screen burn (according to forums it to do with the electronics directly behind getting hot and damaging the screen).It's not unheard of and others have had same issue. It's put me off OLED tv's as my 10yr old Samsung LED is still going strong no issues Model wise it's a lg-OLED55E7N


      Does the screen get direct sunlight in the day or possibly a reflection hitting it that caused the heat? Not trying to blame you for it or anything. Just trying to understand how/why that has happened. Haven’t seen anyone affected like that before
      ShaneDarch15/08/2019 15:17

      An extended Warranty is a must... My screen has developed a green blotch …An extended Warranty is a must... My screen has developed a green blotch when showing the colour yellow. The TV is 18 months old & LG are not interested. Luckily it came with a 5yr warranty BUT its with domestic & general not LG or Peter tyson the original retailer. So having to jump through various hoops to try & get fixed.So moral is.... Get extended warranty & check who the warranty is with & what exactly it covers Would I buy an OLED LG TV again... No, screen burn happens & the reliability is not great when compared to LED tvs. [Image]


      I've got the same problem on my oled55c7. I bought it second hand, it's out of warranty, and of are coming to fix it next week. It's a manufacturing fault. Keep pestering them.
      chunk3rvd15/08/2019 19:45

      Does the screen get direct sunlight in the day or possibly a reflection …Does the screen get direct sunlight in the day or possibly a reflection hitting it that caused the heat? Not trying to blame you for it or anything. Just trying to understand how/why that has happened. Haven’t seen anyone affected like that before


      No direct sun light... Its a known fault apparently to do with the electronics behind the screen getting hot & damaging the screen.

      Also have screen burn even though I've done my best to avoid keeping the picture static.

      If I had to buy again.... I would personally avoid OLED as its still in my opinion has issues.

      Genuinely lost faith in OLED
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      Edited by: "ShaneDarch" 15th Aug
      craigstephens15/08/2019 19:51

      I've got the same problem on my oled55c7. I bought it second hand, it's …I've got the same problem on my oled55c7. I bought it second hand, it's out of warranty, and of are coming to fix it next week. It's a manufacturing fault. Keep pestering them.


      Thanks.... Got someone coming to look at it tomorrow... So fingers crossed
      ShaneDarch15/08/2019 19:56

      Thanks.... Got someone coming to look at it tomorrow... So fingers crossed …Thanks.... Got someone coming to look at it tomorrow... So fingers crossed



      38272339-oebfn.jpgThat's what mine looks like. Very similar to yours. The fault was caused during manufacture of a particular batch of panels. Apparently the weren't left to cool enough before having some tests run on them.
      Details of the warranty - doesn’t look great tbh, but then I’m not sure what to compare it to

      solo care warranty
      ShaneDarch15/08/2019 19:56

      Thanks.... Got someone coming to look at it tomorrow... So fingers crossed …Thanks.... Got someone coming to look at it tomorrow... So fingers crossed



      38272364-DO4mM.jpgLooks even worse in yellow!
      craigstephens15/08/2019 20:02

      [Image] Looks even worse in yellow!


      Yellow is the colour to show the issues....
      ShaneDarch15/08/2019 20:03

      Yellow is the colour to show the issues....


      Mine looks almost identical to yours. See the four dots to the right?
      craigstephens15/08/2019 20:04

      Mine looks almost identical to yours. See the four dots to the right?


      I would quite happily say its not fit for purpose and get my money back if I don't get it sorted. As not convinced about the longevity of OLED technology TVs.
      I wish I could afford a 75 inch version of this
      I would wait if you can, get a C9 when they drop in price, it's worth waiting for HDMI 2.1 imo.
      Great TV. So far no issues at all with mine. Friend of mine has had his c8 longer and he too has no issues. Hopefully it continues. He's convinced it's a lot to do with how u set up ya picture. I also use live zoom on channels showing programs with bright constant banners and logos. Got mine on an awesome price match deal from John Lewis. £1565 inc 5 year JL warranty.
      ShaneDarch15/08/2019 20:07

      I would quite happily say its not fit for purpose and get my money back if …I would quite happily say its not fit for purpose and get my money back if I don't get it sorted. As not convinced about the longevity of OLED technology TVs.


      Just to let you know, lg's local warranty repair centre replaced the panel on mine a few days ago. It's prefect now!
      craigstephens07/09/2019 07:58

      Just to let you know, lg's local warranty repair centre replaced the panel …Just to let you know, lg's local warranty repair centre replaced the panel on mine a few days ago. It's prefect now!


      Funnily enough... My screen was replaced on Wednesday & all happy again.

      Let's just hope it was an "unlucky" batch of screens
      ShaneDarch07/09/2019 08:00

      Funnily enough... My screen was replaced on Wednesday & all happy …Funnily enough... My screen was replaced on Wednesday & all happy again.Let's just hope it was an "unlucky" batch of screens


      Haha mine was Wednesday too! Spooky.
      Hi Guys,

      I have the C8 65 no problems here at all. I can notice stuff like this and it would bug me.
      My TV is flawless, contact LG I hope you have warranty.
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