By design, OLED displays tend to show a remaining image (known as burned-in image). This means that if images are statically displayed on the TV screen over a longer period (>20 minutes), these static parts of the image could remain visible and are temporarily “burned in”.
The Philips OLED TV is equipped with mechanisms to automatically recover the TV from this state, keeping the display in top shape and on a 100% functional level.
In order to correct or prevent images from burning in, ensure that:
● static images or images with static parts are not being displayed over a longer period (>20min)
● the TV stays connected to the power supply:
When the TV is switched OFF (standby mode) for 5 minutes, the TV’s automated recovery mechanisms will be initiated in the background.
Note: If the TV is switched OFF by disconnecting the TV from the power supply, these mechanisms will not be executed which may result in deteriorating display performance with increasing runtime.