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Firmware webos chansort, currently is not able to get you to do what you want as the setting of the settings, for example you can not delete the channels, but when you see them erased save them you will find yourself in the list, because lg has not set in the correct way 'storage, the file of the channels, I experienced a clear opening with notepad ++ file and delete some channels manually, the result is that then once reloaded channels, you goof up the entire list, and solve only a reset of the tv.
This is an 'other flaw of this firmware, I know that in order to sell the product we were stuffed a firmware "alpha" and use us as guinea pigs, this is not correct.

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