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Steven2112

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I have a 65UF950V, which has Software Version 04.06.30 (apparently it cannot be update)

Many websites give the message "The page you are trying to view is too large. To continue, reload or go to other page" hitting Reload only gives the same message.

An example is the "jet2holidays.com" site, which is on my other devices.

Can you provide me with a solution to fix this annoying problem, be it a browser update or something else.

Thank you in advance. 

Steven 

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