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Why are the WiFi modules so bad in Lg TVs

2020 65UN70006LA keeps disconnecting. Then you have to manually turn off the wifi and on again on the TV.

 

It does this with all my routers.

Nokia Beacon 1, Asus AC68U, Asus AC86U.

Tried for fun my old routers.

Linksys EA2700, Asus RT-N56U. Same thing.


Is the WiFi modules really so cheap/bad in LG TVs.

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I know this probably isn't helpful but, I have the exact same issue with my LG TV

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Have you tried firmware updating? https://www.lg.com/uk/support/product/lg-65UN70006LA

2. Change wifi channel on router

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With TV's and other "smart" devices i found that making a SSID thats fixed to 1 frequentie (2,4Ghz or 5Ghz) works better then the standard ones where your router decides to which frequentie it will connect the device. Also this allows it to be on its own VLAN if needed.

 

Most if not all routers support multiple SSID's 

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#Tom_Nerd: Must be a LG thing!

#DoctorNick: Newest (Version 03.21.75)

#Dujith: All my devices have there own fixed port and tried different channels.

 

It's only my LG Tv that has the problem. My Samsung QE55Q70T never disconnects and all other things connected.

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If it makes you feel any better the ethernet ports are not much more reliable. Half the time when I turn on my LG TV it has no connection so I either have to restart it or cycle the cable.

 

It probably has to do with turning off all the Auto Start features.

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On 5/17/2021 at 1:53 AM, Mr.Cellkill said:

#Tom_Nerd: Must be a LG thing!

#DoctorNick: Newest (Version 03.21.75)

#Dujith: All my devices have there own fixed port and tried different channels.

 

It's only my LG Tv that has the problem. My Samsung QE55Q70T never disconnects and all other things connected.

eh i have the lg nano90 and its never had connection issue.
try changing the wifi channel in the router. nearby routers may be same channel or close. try a higher number

had a niece with wifi issues on her tv. it was loosing connection because of it.

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