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LG Oled C3 (2023) Home Hub and Kasa


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Hi,

I have recently bought a TV Oled C3. When I turned the TV on for the first time, I launched the dashboard "Home Hub" app and this app found out all the connected plugs I have in my house.

I have several TP-link connected plugs in my house, using Kasa. 

A few weeks later, I changed the configuration of my plugs by removing some and adding others.

I launched "Home Hub" on my TV but it doesn't detect anything now... I remember (or I think ??) I paired my Kasa account with my LG TV but I can't find any options to unpair and pair again my kasa account.

Kasa is compatible with the C3.

Could you please help me out  ?

Thanks

 

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