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My wireless works all day but after it has been turned off for the night, the next morning the home network connection has been unchecked. All I need to do is go to Settings-Connection-WiFi Connection (it will show “Not Connected”) and just click on that. Without doing anything else, the WiFi list will populate, and a check will then appear on my home network. I have to do this every morning. Frustrating that LG can’t fix this.

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