By Arthur Dent
Just getting the runaround from LG, only want a baseline figure, they sent me this
, our technicians have explained that we cannot calculate the unit's actual power consumption when not in standby because there are too many factors that could affect this calculation. These factors include how many pixel refreshers are run, whether the unit is connected to the internet, external devices connected, speakers connected, sound systems connected, HDD connected and recording set ups. I am afraid that we consequently cannot answer your question.
we all know LG are not helpful to customers , but there’s no need to keep proving it.
this TV has a good energy rating so figures must be available, they either dont care or understand what I am asking
By Andrew Punch
I have a 55uk6500aua and for some reason, I can't open the settings menu or get it connected to the internet. I get the 3 swirling balls every time. I have unplugged it, no apps will load. I just don't know if this is a straight hardware failure or if there is something else I can do to fix it.
By Rob Infantino
We have two LG OLED TVs. WebOS appears differently on each. And we are able to download the Paramount+ app on one TV, but not on the other.
OLED65C7P (older) running software version 6.00.25
WebOS TV Version 3.9.0-62709
Does not allow the Paramount+ app to be installed
OLED65C9PUA (newer) running software version 5.10.25
WebOS TV Version 4.9.3-5340808
Allows the Paramount+ app to be installed
How can we get WebOS to appear the same on both TVs?
By Daniel Ji
Hi, I noticed it's quite easy for my kids to see "disturbing" images in the web OS 6.0 home page. Especially, in the "trending now" or "recommended" section above the apps (see attached pic). Is there a way to disable that section or at least make it kid friendly?
On a similar note, is there a "kids mode" for web OS 6.0 where only preapproved apps/content can be viewed?
Any other tips on parental controls?
Every time we turn on our "smart" TV, it tries to connect to cable. We don't have cable. That's not very smart.
Because we don't have cable, we have static; it's noisy and annoying until I can push enough buttons on the remote to get to something else.
Is there a way to tell this thing not to boot into "TV" mode? (Best if it would remember what it was doing when I turned it off).