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  1. my lg tv has a very good internet connection which is even capable of 4k but only plays the videos at 720p , need help!
  2. Hi there, Recently I am having problems playing movies ( 3D and normal bluray) from a 32GB usb drive... The movie plays but randomly stops at certain points eg 20min in ect Some movies with play 100% and other will stop.. I switched of the Tru Motion on the TV cuz it looks funny when I'm watching TV, can this be the issue??? Can it be because of the firmware update?? Any solutions??? Thanks!!!
  3. Anyone else having problems with 3D image at the bottom of the screen. I've tried a couple of 3D movies with subtitles. When the subtitles are at the top of the screen everything is fine, but when they are shown at the bottom of the screen (where they are 95% of the time), they are often really hard to read. They are shown almost duplicated or some thing (hard to explain). The problem happens about 1/4 of the screen at the bottom and its not only with subtitles, also the image is almost like the glasses are not working correctly, but 3/4 of the screen shows the 3D image just fine.