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So I just WASTED $50 trying to solve my internal memory  loss problem. Was told by installing an Internal hard drive I would get more internal memory? Not the case at all. This TV is the BIGGEST PIECE OF SHIT I EVER  OWNED. I strongly advise any new purchasers to consider a different brand. I used to have an auto repair shop in NY. Always had a cordless cell phone. When they would give me trouble, I would wind up like a professional Major league pitcher, and practice my 100mph FASTBALL throw those phones against the wall !!!

My worker would say, "That's smart, now you have to buy another phone." EXACTLY!  That phone will never give me trouble again.....  Now today, I need to speak another $20 to buy a sledgehammer and bust this Fucking TV into a million pieces. Then it too,

"Will NEVER give me trouble again."

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On 6/7/2020 at 7:38 AM, Ken Gendron said:

So I just WASTED $50 trying to solve my internal memory  loss problem. Was told by installing an Internal hard drive I would get more internal memory? Not the case at all. This TV is the BIGGEST PIECE OF SHIT I EVER  OWNED. I strongly advise any new purchasers to consider a different brand. I used to have an auto repair shop in NY. Always had a cordless cell phone. When they would give me trouble, I would wind up like a professional Major league pitcher, and practice my 100mph FASTBALL throw those phones against the wall !!!

My worker would say, "That's smart, now you have to buy another phone." EXACTLY!  That phone will never give me trouble again.....  Now today, I need to speak another $20 to buy a sledgehammer and bust this Fucking TV into a million pieces. Then it too,

"Will NEVER give me trouble again."

You could invest in an anger management course.... Or start thinking about solutions. Like selling it on Ebay 😊

Why not just describe your issue. When you want to store movies or something like that, an external hard drive or external USB storage device is the right option. Not an internal HDD, that won't fit anyehete... Maybe you mixed up internal /external... Who knows. 

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On 6/11/2020 at 4:41 PM, eddiez said:

You could invest in an anger management course.... Or start thinking about solutions. Like selling it on Ebay 😊

Why not just describe your issue. When you want to store movies or something like that, an external hard drive or external USB storage device is the right option. Not an internal HDD, that won't fit anyehete... Maybe you mixed up internal /external... Who knows. 

Eddiez no I only have to invest in a sledgehammer then.... Problem solved forever. Lol 🤭 but yes I was confused with internal memory and external memory.  Am learning, in humans memory is Memory. Am 57 and was on the planet before the computer age. But I am not bad. When I can show a 25 yr old girl how to work her Cellphone well I look at it as ACCOMPLISHMENT...

All this VPN, IMEI, SIM, IMS, IP address... OMG like learning a new language. 

Thank God for Google

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