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I have been using the LG 43" UHD Smart TV with WebOS now for about a year.  At first it seemed to run fine and continuously while watching all manner of material.  Recently I added a Synology NAS Serv

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I have been using the LG 43" UHD Smart TV with WebOS now for about a year.  At first it seemed to run fine and continuously while watching all manner of material.  Recently I added a Synology NAS Server to my network, and I've noticed interruptions regarding the "must restart the app to free more memory" while running the Plex app.

I have tried various things to resolve the problem but the only thing I have found useful is to cut the power "just to the TV".   I have my cables tied neatly together with ties, and as I'm not sure which is for the TV at my power strip, I find it easiest just to pull the plug on back of the TV.   This should theoretically free up the memory just on the TV's internal memory.  After trying this I have been able to watch any content which was previously stopping to free memory, without any problems for a least a couple of days now.  

If it happens again, the first thing I will try is unplugging the TV for several seconds and try again.

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On 2/4/2020 at 11:39 PM, Kevin Glenn said:

I have been using the LG 43" UHD Smart TV with WebOS now for about a year.  At first it seemed to run fine and continuously while watching all manner of material.  Recently I added a Synology NAS Server to my network, and I've noticed interruptions regarding the "must restart the app to free more memory" while running the Plex app.

I have tried various things to resolve the problem but the only thing I have found useful is to cut the power "just to the TV".   I have my cables tied neatly together with ties, and as I'm not sure which is for the TV at my power strip, I find it easiest just to pull the plug on back of the TV.   This should theoretically free up the memory just on the TV's internal memory.  After trying this I have been able to watch any content which was previously stopping to free memory, without any problems for a least a couple of days now.  

If it happens again, the first thing I will try is unplugging the TV for several seconds and try again.

Thanks for the advise, it seems to have worked for now so thank you.

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I'm glad this has been a helpful tip.  I have a fairly vast library of movies, many in h.265 (HEVC) which began to fail in Plex.  At first I thought it was my server, but I looked up the specs for the TV, and the memory seems perilously low for an advanced Smart UHD TV.  I reasoned that it was just the TV memory failing, and one way to be sure is to cut the power completely for a few seconds.  I went back and watched several films without fail.

I should warn you though, that I have had a repeat of the problem a couple of times, but it only takes a few seconds to correct.  

 

Regards,

 

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