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This is a horrible experience with the tv. It does not save the Wi-Fi password. I entered it 100 times. 
When ever I try to do anything it cannot download the app... Waste of time purchase!! I am so pissed at this tv. We are on quarantine ands I do not feel good. 
Try to connect to a network cable instead of wifi if possible and then try again.
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