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plug in the eithernet cable while you try to connect the wifi and after it's working remove cable and try the wifi, I have a printer where the cable needs to be connected while installing the wifi and after working remove cable and works fine..
First, I am assuming that you have the internet connected at your house and I am assuming that you have a wireless access point or a router with Ethernet connections on it. If you do not have these, then you cannot connect to the internet. On most smart TV's they have a "settings" or similarly named menu item, where you can connect to your home wireless system. Select this and then scroll down the menu until you fine something that says internet or wireless or even quick setup. From there you just select wireless, type in your access password and it should work. All this will be explained in the owners manual for your smart TV.
Is this your home internet or are you connecting through your business internet? When is the last time you were able to connect? try going to other facebook pages by googling it first. May also just be an issue that will be solved in a little time. Thank you, Lee