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  1. `This site seems to be populated by helpless cry babies (with the exception of Fametune who figured out, like I did, a solution) The rest of you just stamp your feet and incite someone trying to help everyone, but as I am sorted I hope the rest of you continue to suffer your annoying pop ups for as long as possible. You are simply put a, bunch of new generation Jerks who cant do buggar all for themselves and as for you Alex you arsewipe please delete my membership as I don't want to interact with the nannied, cant do shit all for themselves, inhabitants of a site that is completely pointless.
  2. @ClarksonCote you are just a helpless ninny unable to something simple and basic for yourself , you wanted me to lead you by the nose, and I bet if you go into settings in store mode you will find a setting saying store mode settings. Lg are hardly going to leave that out of some TV's unless you bought the cheapest one you could find!
  3. @Fametune Glad you seem to have some sort of fix. I did not have to turn off quick start, in fact I tried it and it did nothing for me. So it must be that all LG's are different!
  4. It just dawned on me, two days! Go back to the retailer as I believe it is their responsibility for the first six months, I may not be correct though but I know that is the case in Ireland. Not so long ago I had a Samsung that failed just under two years old and I sued the retailer in the small claims court and was fully reimbursed the total price of the TV new, plus compensation for the inconvenience and costs. You have options and you will get sorted.
  5. Maybe the fix I discovered only works on older TV's mine is a year and a half and is a nano cell model. Good luck and please keep us up to date as it will be interesting to see what happens, for all of us. And thanks for giving the Admin a prod. Good lad they need it!!
  6. PS Fametune just check the turn off notifications again as my TV turned it on by itself and maybe yours has flicked it back on. Failing any of the above if your TV is still under warranty force LG's hand to fix it as it is not functioning correctly if any part of the system is failing to respond. Threaten them with small claims court if you have to, try all you can and once again good luck.
  7. Fametune sorry if it has not worked for you, might I suggest you plug in a Lan cable and stop the messages in the store mode and see if actually having a cable connected does the trick. It worked first time for me and I am clear for days. Good Luck and I hope you get it sorted as I know how darn annoying it all is.
  8. Reply From LG "Good Morning Phylip, Thank you for your email and I hope you are well. I am sorry to hear that you were experiencing this issue with your TV but I am glad to hear that this issue has now been resolved. I can confirm that we do not have a reported problem with customers experiencing this message. However, notifications can be turned off which will stop this message and therefore, this is a method to resolve this issue Sophie | LG Electronics UK Helpdesk ---------------------------------- LG Customer Services UK: 0344 847 5454 Ireland: 0818 27
  9. Mike wanker wanker wanker. Leave it to others to confirm or deny because you have some unseen agenda. I have an SK8000PLB and was getting the same annoying messages as everyone else and the fix is there, and it does work as I have completely stopped the messages, my TV is clear. Perhaps I don't know how to do these boards properly but I am smart enough to perform a simple fix on my TV, something you seem unwilling to believe, so lets leave it to all the others who have the same problem. And I will be back to shove your hat up your arrogant ass! And as for multiple messages appearing on s
  10. Elaborate? Lad do you need a nanny? Set TV into store mode okay? re-open settings as normal and go to "general" then scroll right down to the bottom where you will see a setting that says "Store mode settings" and lo and behold even Stevie Wonder will see the setting to turn off notifications. Lad I am in my 70's and even I had little trouble figuring it out. As I said in my original post I guarantee this is the solution. I see no more annoying Wired Network or any other messages since discovering the solution. After you uncheck the notifications box just switch back to Home Mode and that is i
  11. Hopefully more people will see this solution to an old problem if I start this new thread,rather than just replying and getting tacked on to another thread where many are seeking a solution. The problem of " Wired Lan cable disconnected- Wired cable connected" is a simple fix. First go to settings scroll down to General-scroll down to Home/Store mode and change to Store Mode. Then when Store Mode screen displays go again to settings and again to General scroll all the way down till you reach "Store Mode Settings" you will then see an option to "Turn Off Notifications" turn it off
  12. Elaborate? Lad do you need a nanny? Set TV into store mode okay? re-open settings as normal and go to "general" then scroll right down to the bottom where you will see a setting that says "Store mode settings" and lo and behold even Stevie Wonder will see the setting to turn off notifications. Lad I am in my 70's and even I had little trouble figuring it out. As I said in my original post I guarantee this is the solution. I see no more annoying Wired Network or any other messages since discovering the solution. After you uncheck the notifications box just switch back to Home Mode and that is i
  13. MikeWWW You do not need to be in home mode, you go to store mode turn off the messages and then go back to home mode, and the messages are gone for good. Is that too difficult to understand?? Also I am not interested in any alleged HDMI events ,as I did not have any. I am trying to help people who have the constant annoying pop up messages in the top right hand of the screen. The fact is the option of turning off the annoying messages,is in the store mode section, and I assume LG put it there so when the TV is on display the distracting and annoying messages don't show and spoil chances
  14. The solution is simple and I guarantee it works. Go to Settings-General-Scroll down to Home/Store Mode wher you will easily find the option to turn on or off messages in the upper right of the screen. I had the message Wired Lan cable is disconnected quckly followed by Wired Lan Cable connected appearing constantly and after the above fix all messages stopped for good! My messages began after the recent update to the Disney App the update must have somehow switched on the messages for the upper right of screen by voodoo. Anyway it is the fix that everyone seeks. But how utterly amazing the Tec


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