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If my wireless goes down will my tv not work. i have trouble with my service where i live


If your TV signal is internet based, then no it won't work to watch regular TV. But if you have satellite or cable TV, it shouldn't effect it... Also it shouldn't effect your ability to watch dvd's... The TV set itself will work fine without internet signal.

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We are paying for netflix. How do we get it on our television? Our television is connected to comcast and we have wifi?


But is your TV a "Smart TV"? That means does the TV connect to the internet. Just because you have Comcast connected to your TV doesn't mean it is getting an internet signal. The black coax to the TV only carries a TV signal.
To get internet service to your TV first you have to determine if it is capable. If it does have a wireless receiver in it, you will have to configure it to attach to your wireless base station. If it doesn't have a wireless adapter you will have to connect a network cable from the base station into the TV and then configure it to work with your network. Once you have that internet signal working on your TV you will be able to use Netflix on your TV.

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Have you configured your TV to connect to internet? You would do this by Going to your Settings and typing in the password for your router or your internet provider.

If you have your TV manuel that should also tell you how to configure your TV...and is the TV a "smart" TV? Connecting to internet only works if you bought a smart TV.

If not you can connect a laptop that is connected to your internet and connect that to the TV with an HDMI cable.

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Wifi dongle will available for TVs. If you had USB port on TV,connect that dongle on that and access internet.

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Hi, commonly these TVs use a network cable for connecting to Internet through a router, another TVs are wireless enabled, in this case you need a WiFi router to get Internet in your smart TV. The process is similar as you connect a computer to Internet but the keyboard of your TV is the remote control, some smart TVs can work with standard wireless keyboards and mices to surf Internet as with a computer.

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When this happens you need to perform a hard reset of the Blu-ray player, i.e. turn it off then on at the wall.

You should then be able to access internet@tv once the Blu-ray player has been reset.

Unfortunately this seems to happen quite regularly - I guess we need to wait for another firmware update to provide a proper fix!

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"Service not supported" with Internet@TV.


Problem persists : ------------ ----------- ---I have configured the network in the samsung 40" LCD TV, using Ethernet cable to a router. The ping test, DNS server, GW Tests are passing ok. I am able to ping to the IP address of the samsung TV from my Laptop. My internet browsing via the service provider Airtel is otherwise working excellent with Laptop (Vista) or MacBook.
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