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RodneyLadd

wifi won't connect

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55 minutes ago, eddiez said:

In the manual it is explained how to turn wifi on on the sb. 

 

I don't have a manual available to me as the TV is mounted in our class A motorhome and wasn't provided a manual to look at. Ive looked online but there is no reference to this.  

 

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