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 Hello to all

I  have just recently purchased two LG49lx761h tv's  it works great but did not realise that they were hospitality tvs , would like some help on how to enable on normal menus and how to get network settings displayed in the general tab have downloaded lots of pdf files but seems i might need to create or edit files would be great to have some help as not familiar with pro centric or webos systems. can i download some programs to create these files or do i have to use clone function on tv via usb to extract data from tv then edit them on some software. 

look forward to your help

 

regards colin

 

 

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