By Horst Pick
Recent recordings - planned from program guide - started one hour too late. My guess: Problem might be connected to summer time (Germany, CES) as it used to work correctly beforehand.
Times shown in program guide are correct CES.
Has anyone an idea what to do? Thanks
By News Reporter
Unseen, unheralded and often underappreciated, heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) solutions are the unsung heroes of modern life that provide physical comfort and fresh air in all kinds of environments. Working unobtrusively in the background, HVAC is what keeps our homes, offices, hospitals, hotels, shopping malls and every indoor setting imaginable blissfully cool in the summer and delightfully warm in the winter while delivering fresh and healthy air all year around.
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Getting ARC HDMI to work permanently with Arcam SA30
I am trying to get the HDMI ARC to work from LG OLED55B6V to Arcam SA30.
I can do this by removing all other HDMI cables from the TV and then configuring to work. This is OK for some time, but then going back to it means going through the whole process again.
Does anyone know of a way to set this up permanently?
LG Smart TV 2019: 2 TV's: one is OK, the other one doesn't locate channels (1-999) on Telenet wifi networksBy mvrvma2
I bought a LG Smart Tv about 2 years ago. Working fine (TV channels Telenet/Proximus, streaming Netflix, Walt Disney+, etc. <i took over a 2nd LG Smart TV from my father-in-law (similar TV). I started using the 2nd TV as well. Strange issue: streaming was OK but WebOS couldn’t find/locate channel stations (region: Flanders part of Belgium). Whatever parameters I use to search channels (frequency, Flanders region, extensions, etc.) the results were always 0 stations. I could only look at the streaming parts (Netflix, Walt Disney +, Flemish stations and so on, including lots of standard apps.
I reinitialized WebOS by using factory default standards but was still impossible to find at least one station of the theoretical 999 available. on Telenet, Proximus frequencies.
Both TV have a Telnet PCMCIA card available replacing partly the Telenet digicorder. Those cards must not be used when searching for channels.
I still don't understand why both TVs are behaving so differently at setup and channel search functions. They are using the same Wi-Fi and are still connected to a coaxial cable. Is it a malfunction, a different setup, some background parameters not cleared?
Any idea, solution very welcome.