Well, this can't be good.
I noticed this tonight on my 65-inch B6. I'm assuming this is burn-in, and in turn, is now permanent. What's weird, though, is that I don't play games--and if I do, hardly anything with static logos, let alone anything to the lower left frame of the screen.
I don't have cable or satellite--and I watch no programs with static logos.
Basically, what I'm saying is, I bought this panel knowing both of those elements weren't exactly the type of content you'd want to leave on your screen. I did my homework before buying the panel, and now, I'm not sure how this happened. No one else uses the panel but myself.
I use it purely for film based content, with some gaming here and there--but absolutely nothing aggressive to the point that permanent image retention could occur.
Next month will be my two year anniversary with the panel. It's got about 5,000-hours on it. Have never had any remote issues at all with it, until this.
Is there any way I could possibly fix this? I know LG's warranty doesn't cover permanent image retention, and now I'm starting to see why. Even when it's outside of the operator's hands, this can still happen, and they don't want to have to sink any of their money into this.