Sometimes, when people buy new equipment, they are facing seemingly common problems like how to connect a new TV to Wi-Fi. Of course, this problem may seem too common, but we should understand that people are changing their TVs one time in 5-10 years. So, if you’ve bought a new LG TV and looking to connect it to a Wi-Fi network, this article is for you.
How to connect LG TV to Wi-Fi
In fact, everything is quite simple and there’s no secret that you can figure it out on your own, but why waste your time, right? In that case, let’s begin.
- First of all, make sure that your router is turned on and connected to the network.
- Second, press the SMART button on your LG remote control and select the HOME menu.
- Enter the SETTINGS.
- Enter NETWORK.
- Enter the Wi-Fi connection. Then your TV will try to connect to any available network. If it fails or it’s not your Wi-Fi network, then see below.
- If your TV hadn’t connected to the network, select your router from the list of available connections. If it’s not on the list, check if your router is too far away. If it’s, try to place it near to your TV. Also, it may not be the only problem, you may have missed the first point and your router may be turned off or has no Wi-Fi connection.
- If your router is on the list then you should choose it and click connect. To complete this action you will need to enter the password for your router (I hope you have a password-protected, otherwise it could be a problem for your Internet speed). You can find more information on how to locate the password here.
- If all the previous points have been met, all I have to do is to congratulate you on successfully connecting your LG TV to the Internet).
How to fix LG TV Wi-Fi connection issues
However, you may have problems with Wi-Fi connection, at least there is a lot of evidence that people are facing issues with connecting their LG TVs to Wi-Fi.
You do not need to worry in this case, but there are a few things that can help you.
First, start by unplugging and then plug your router in. Also, do the same thing with your TV, that might solve the problem.
If the first tip does not help, then check the room for devices that can interfere with the Wi-Fi network. Such devices may be microwave ovens, other Wi-Fi routers, or baby monitors. If you find such devices, simply move them to another room.
If your TV still cannot connect to the Wi-Fi network, you should turn off the Quick Start feature.
Also, you can test by connecting your LG TV to another Wi-Fi access point. If you don’t have another router, you can use your phone as a hot spot.
If none of the suggestions helped, then I recommend you to read this article, which contains information on how to fix LG TV Wi-Fi issues.