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My LG TV was working fine and the internet was working. I went on a 3 day trip and came back and it now says 'Check Network Connection'

The internet works fine on my laptop and other devices. When I go into the WiFi options, it shows a loading indicator by my network.

I click on another internet connection, then go back (so it doesn't show the loading indicator) and I enter the password correctly and click 'Connect' and it says this:

Unknown issue has occurred.

Please check the status and try again.

 

I can't do anything (like watch YouTube, browse the web, etc)

I sometimes leave it on the loading indicator for 5-10 min and it doesn't do anything. Please help..

:(

 

Error Code: -137

 

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