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Hello guys!, recently I noticed my 49" LG UN7340 tv has a low quality/resolution in my webOs system, I mean the whole user interface looks blurry and the fonts seems like in low resolution, it isn't crisp as it should be, Netflix plays in super low quality it is utterly disgusting to watch so I use my PS5 to watch Netflix. (it's the same for everything the TV system is using, poor low quality low resolution)

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Hello guys!, recently I noticed my 49" LG UN7340 tv has a low quality/resolution in my webOs system, I mean the whole user interface looks blurry and the fonts seems like in low resolution, it isn't crisp as it should be, Netflix plays in super low quality it is utterly disgusting to watch so I use my PS5 to watch Netflix. (it's the same for everything the TV system is using, poor low quality low resolution)

Hello guys!, recently I noticed my 49" LG UN7340 tv has a low quality/resolution in my webOs system, I mean the whole user interface looks blurry and the fonts seems like in low resolution, it isn't crisp as it should be, Netflix plays in super low quality it is utterly disgusting to watch so I use my PS5 to watch Netflix. (it's the same for everything the TV system is using, poor low quality low resolution)

Hello guys!, recently I noticed my 49" LG UN7340 tv has a low quality/resolution in my webOs system, I mean the whole user interface looks blurry and the fonts seems like in low resolution, it isn't crisp as it should be, Netflix plays in super low quality it is utterly disgusting to watch so I use my PS5 to watch Netflix. (it's the same for everything the TV system is using, poor low quality low resolution)

Hello guys!, recently I noticed my 49" LG UN7340 tv has a low quality/resolution in my webOs system, I mean the whole user interface looks blurry and the fonts seems like in low resolution, it isn't crisp as it should be, Netflix plays in super low quality it is utterly disgusting to watch so I use my PS5 to watch Netflix. (it's the same for everything the TV system is using, poor low quality low resolution)

Hello guys!, recently I noticed my 49" LG UN7340 tv has a low quality/resolution in my webOs system, I mean the whole user interface looks blurry and the fonts seems like in low resolution, it isn't crisp as it should be, Netflix plays in super low quality it is utterly disgusting to watch so I use my PS5 to watch Netflix. (it's the same for everything the TV system is using, poor low quality low resolution)

Hello guys!, recently I noticed my 49" LG UN7340 tv has a low quality/resolution in my webOs system, I mean the whole user interface looks blurry and the fonts seems like in low resolution, it isn't crisp as it should be, Netflix plays in super low quality it is utterly disgusting to watch so I use my PS5 to watch Netflix. (it's the same for everything the TV system is using, poor low quality low resolution)

Hello guys!, recently I noticed my 49" LG UN7340 tv has a low quality/resolution in my webOs system, I mean the whole user interface looks blurry and the fonts seems like in low resolution, it isn't crisp as it should be, Netflix plays in super low quality it is utterly disgusting to watch so I use my PS5 to watch Netflix. (it's the same for everything the TV system is using, poor low quality low resolution)

Hello guys!, recently I noticed my 49" LG UN7340 tv has a low quality/resolution in my webOs system, I mean the whole user interface looks blurry and the fonts seems like in low resolution, it isn't crisp as it should be, Netflix plays in super low quality it is utterly disgusting to watch so I use my PS5 to watch Netflix. (it's the same for everything the TV system is using, poor low quality low resolution)

Hello guys!, recently I noticed my 49" LG UN7340 tv has a low quality/resolution in my webOs system, I mean the whole user interface looks blurry and the fonts seems like in low resolution, it isn't crisp as it should be, Netflix plays in super low quality it is utterly disgusting to watch so I use my PS5 to watch Netflix. (it's the same for everything the TV system is using, poor low quality low resolution)

 
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