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Won’t pick up WiFi

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My WebOS tv will not pick up WiFi anymore. It says searching and never finds it. This has been going on now for about 3-4 months. I keep calling LG and they keep repeating the same thing. I’ve tried every way and it still won’t connect. Why did it stop? It’s annoying me!

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On 9/15/2019 at 2:04 AM, Le’ Le’ said:

My WebOS tv will not pick up WiFi anymore. It says searching and never finds it. This has been going on now for about 3-4 months. I keep calling LG and they keep repeating the same thing. I’ve tried every way and it still won’t connect. Why did it stop? It’s annoying me!

A little more information on which TV, the webOS and firmware versions would go some way to forum members giving you help and advise.

Also, you may to look at this thread:

Some users have installed replacement modules, while others have disconnected and reconnected cables to get their WiFi working again.

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perhaps try using Powerline plugs instead, cheaper than buying a whole new TV, and avoids having network cables running around your room/house too.   The Network is fed from the router, through the nearest power socket, through your house mains, into the closest socket to the TV, and then via ethernet cable into back of your TV, a wired network connection.

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