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Can't load User Agreement on new LG OLED TV


LJ Purtee

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We just purchased a new LG WebOS TV and running the setup through the app or the TV remote says it can't load the user agreement. This is blocking us from getting to streaming apps like Nexflix which is our only TV content method, we do not have cable.

How do we get past this?

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