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# 249227 1-May-2019 19:14
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Hi. I have a new LG TV. Was watching silk on freeview on demand. Went to watch the next episode and the entire season had disappeared. Went out, went back in no change. Then it started to take forever loading, the sections weren't displaying correctly. Went back to live TV the could not load freeview at all. It just started on loading and stayed there.
Checked internet on my tablet and it is working. Settings on TV state that it is connected to wireless.

Any ideas???

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  # 2228945 1-May-2019 20:08
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Mines sticking on loading as well, each time it has loading, it's about a 30 second wait.

 

Once at a show it's playing ok.

 

I searched "Silk" and it's coming up only on demand and a picture there but no episodes are showing, on Ipad three seasons are showing - another freeview screw up where they're not showing all the programs available on Demand.

 

Edit: When I can't get an applic to work I sometimes put TV into standby, and then back on again, as when exit an applic TV seems to keep last state in memory, turning on and off TV is only way I know of to get applic to load up from scratch.


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  # 2228966 1-May-2019 20:57
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My LG has started to not display all of the EPG. sometimes it is there most of the time it is missing or only partly there


 
 
 
 


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  # 2248474 30-May-2019 13:41
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Are you guys still having these issues? Please PM me and I'll follow this up. 

 

Josh





Currently working with Freeview NZ and Owner of Tech Plus Services Limited
Former Consultant at Spark New Zealand Trading Limited, DISH TV Technologies. 


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