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How to add a new satellite which is not on the default list of LG webOS TV ?


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I have a LG webOS TVUM7050PLF which is being used with a satellite dish in my vacation home. I am trying to add a new satellite, which is not included in the embedded list of 30+ satellites of this TV.

Can anybody help me on how to add a new satellite, which is not included in the TV's existing list.

 

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