The pictures just show there is no signal on the input. You may want to try a different HDMI cable. If the TV flickers when you are on the home screen of the TV (press Home button on the TV remote), you have problem with the TV. A factory reset (which can be done via TV settings menu, IIRC) won't solve your HDMI issue.
Send this to all your friends! When will this stupidity end? So hysterical: Vertical Video Syndrome --- a PSA.
Most temp IR on this TV can be easily resolved by power cycle the TV or sometimes factory reset. If OP still have it after a few cycles of TV watching, it is pretty clear he has a burn in.
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However, if your home theatre system is HDMI and support HDMI CEC, you still should be able control the volume and media playback via HDMI CEC (or called SimpleLink on LG) without programming the remote.
Has anyone seen this before? Time to take it back since it's only a few hours old I'm guessing, but curious if there are any ideas.
Bad news is Fry's is out of stock across the DFW area. LG is sending someone out to look at it Wednesday, and it sounds like he'll probably be taking the set with him for replacement.
This model tries to do a wear-compensation every 4 hours when you turn it off. The problem with store displays is that they run them for crazy number of hours with very few power cycles (if any). This doesn't allow the TV to wear in the usual way that it was designed for in a home environment (where people typically view max 5 hours, then turn off each night). This is also why I don't recommend people run break-in slides on OLEDs for hundreds of hours without ever turning them off - it will cause lots of hours with very few compensation cycles.
BTW, I've never been a fan of slides even with plasmas. Careful choice of content for the first few hundred hours, allows the owner to at least enjoy the display from the get go.
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