|Image burn-in is a permanent degradation of image quality causing a ghost-like appearance on the screen. When the same pixels remain on and do not change for long periods of time, image burn-in may result. Image burn-in can also be caused by viewing programs using the 4:3 aspect ratio setting for an extended period of time. Image burn-in only occurs on a Plasma TV. Image Sticking Minimization (ISM), is the method LG uses to prevent image burn-in on Plasma Televisions. This is not required for LED/LCD Televisions, due to the manufacturing process and method of construction.|
|Image burn-in can be minimized or removed, from the TV Option menu setting.|
|1.||Press the SMART button on the remote control and select Settings > OPTION > ISM Method, then press Enter or Wheel.|
|2.||Select a menu option then press Enter or Wheel.