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Sleep timer and external hardrive question


Adam Hörstmann

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Hello

 

I have a question regarding an external hardrive.

 

i have a 49UH603T tv that is using LG webos 3.0 at night i leave my 2TB external hardrive connected and running cartoons. i select the timer to turn off the tv after a few hours.  once the tv turns off by itself. would this effect or corrupt the hard drive. i am aware that you can safely remove the usb drive. any feedback would help. thanks.

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