maximo78, if the unit is 3 to 4 months old, you can reach out to LG at https://www.facebook.com/LGUSSupport/ or https://twitter.com/LGUSSupport for assistance scheduling warranty service. Replacing the TV would be at the discretion of the dealer.
Good to hear from you Zagabog. I did not have time yesterday to write another point. That's becuz I decided to celebrate my accomplishments and watch something using wifi.
This problem has surfaced 6x now. The first time was 11 months of ownership-1.5 years ago. The funny thing is at least for me........I lose Bluetooth-the pointer, , then a day or two later the wifi is out. Same sequence everytime. I know about all the resets. They don't fix either issue. Done it 50x now I bet. Now I use a USB mouse for the pointer. Works great but should not have to do that.
Anyways, yesterday when the wifi came back on, well so did the Bluetooth for the remote. No pairing, no resetting, it all came back at the same time.
My point- when either go out, funny thing is, a day later whatever it all works, then goes out again. I would think this is NOT firmware or an update. Its some circuitry or plugs that have a bad connection. Its just so close to connecting and the same time not connecting.
It backs up what my tech repair guy thinks it is. My two cents worth. I'll be back if it goes out again. But all good for Day Two of the TV Hostage Situation.
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