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Programme Guide slow


Den C

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The programme guide takes far to long to populate. Also when in Programme Guide and you go to next page the same happens.

Toshiba, Panasonic and Samsung TVs don't have this issue. Presumably they download  the Programme Guide in the background and store it in the TV's memory.

Or is there a fault with my LG?

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