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T & M

No WiFi connection

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I have tried every suggestion possible & still have no WiFi connection on my LG 60UJ6300

Has anyone come up with a solution for this problem?  So frustrated 

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I have no answer to this Wi-fi connection problem but I myself am having the same problem lately with my LG 49UH6030.  It would always connect before easily.  I have 5 other devices connected to the same Wi-fi, no problems.

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I just got it to work and connect to Wi-fi, make sure you have internet channels turned on, there should be an update, possible this is the cause.

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6 hours ago, T & M said:

I have tried every suggestion possible & still have no WiFi connection on my LG 60UJ6300

Has anyone come up with a solution for this problem?  So frustrated 

Your router most likely provides a 2G and 5G frequencies/connections, you are probably trying to connect to 5G, so try connecting to 2G.

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Welcome to the club! So many of us have experienced failed wifi card - mine exactly one month after the warranty expired. Also, many of us are suffering from a message box that constantly pops up indicating that a network device has been disconnected - even when we have wifi turned off since the damn wifi cards don't work anyway.

Wish I could give you some positive news on this, but short of having the wifi card replaced, not sure what other advice I can give you.

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I ended up buying a ROKU. I think it’s probably a better WiFi system than the one built into the TV.  Just think of it as your replacement WiFi , that cost you $40. I gave up on the LG WiFi a month ago, and it’s such a relief to have reliable WiFi connected to my TV.

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