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Abdullah Salameh

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Samething happened to me a few weeks ago.  Finally concluded that the wifi card was fried by a momenntary power failure.  I wanted try a wired connection to see if the problem went away but it just wasn't practical.  (And I sort of wanted to replace the set with a new OLED model.)  Was there any evidence that there might have been a power failure prior to the wifi breaking?  

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