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Hi,

 

I have a 47LB6500-SF brazilian model and i would like to update it, but ,how everyone should be knowing, LG servers are not working for a while and the Call Service Center is recommending updating manually...

The problem is that at the brazilian LG site still hasn't 2014 line listed and so hasn't firmware to download too....

I found the model in other countries but with the letters at the end different of mine... For example: In Hong Kong is 47LB6500-CA, and in Australia and India is 47LB6500-TH.

 

My question is: can i update with one of these firmwares even the two final letters (that i have no idea what it means, despite i searched a lot) or i will brick my TV??

 

Tnx in advance!

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I found list for the first letter (region)

 

  • Z - Europa
  • U - Asia
  • T - Midlle East, Africa
  • N - North America
  • A - Australia
  • S - South America

 

I suggest you check another LG site from your region for the update file, that also suipports your model.

 

For example, this is link from UK site 

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Down it says:

 

 

The latest firmware file for upgrade

32LB650V-ZN
32LB652V-ZA
39LB650V-ZN
42LB630V-ZA
42LB650V-ZN
42LB652V-ZA
49LB870V-ZA

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th

 

I found list for the first letter (region)

 

  • Z - Europa
  • U - Asia
  • T - Midlle East, Africa
  • N - North America
  • A - Australia
  • S - South America

 

I suggest you check another LG site from your region for the update file, that also suipports your model.

 

For example, this is link from UK site 

link hidden, please login to view

Down it says:

 

 

The latest firmware file for upgrade

32LB650V-ZN
32LB652V-ZA
39LB650V-ZN
42LB630V-ZA
42LB650V-ZN
42LB652V-ZA
49LB870V-ZA

 

Thanks.... It helped a lot...

Now I just have to find out the meaning of second letter...

 

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You can try Google... IMO SF may be South Africa 

 

Before start this topic i already had... And SF isn't South Africa because is South America TV...

As you can see above was posted by another user that

  • Z - Europa
  • U - Asia
  • T - Midlle East, Africa
  • N - North America
  • A - Australia
  • S - South America
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Before start this topic i already had... And SF isn't South Africa because is South America TV...

As you can see above was posted by another user that

  • Z - Europa
  • U - Asia
  • T - Midlle East, Africa
  • N - North America
  • A - Australia
  • S - South America

 

As I said, it was a guess.  Unfortunately your chart  does not seem to be accurate as my TV ends in TH and I am in Thailand

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