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I have a Hisense_LHD32K20DWUS I have yet to beable to keep thew wifi up and running, have bought a new router not a cheap one neither and also added an extender to not cheap and it still has problems

I have a Hisense_LHD32K20DWUS I have yet to beable to keep thew wifi up and running, have bought a new router not a cheap one neither and also added an extender to not cheap and it still has problems begining to wonder about this tv maybe should have bought another brand its getting exspensive

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Run a wire to it directly from the router. it would be far cheaper and much better off. if you really have to do it wireless try removing the security settings on the router and see if it works, if it does then reconfigure the wireless settings again to secure with wpa2 settings. you could even set it to none and set the ssid to hidden. let me know if you need help.

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You could test the TV input by substituting the dvd with another appliance known to be working (say a VCR. etc). the Y input (Green) on the TV only needs to be supplied with a composite output (yellow plug). If you see some sort of response from the picture then you can confirm the tv input is at least working.

Alternatively, try a different input/ output combination between your DVD/TV (Composite signal)

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