Lg tv guide not updating

Some freeview boards have a software setting choice of short programme guide or 7-day guide. Failing that, do a full reload of channels with antenna UNPLUGGED.

When finished and found nothing, reconnect antenna and do another full search.

I would really like this fixed for it is very annoying when I'm flipping channels and i don't know: 1.) What channel im on 2.) Whats on on the channel im on If anyone has any information on how to fix it or if its just a problem ill have to live with (I'm not paying extra monthly fee for anything extra...). It used to show all the information (But the guide) when we got our TV from the air... When your tv gets signal from the air it is receiving, decoding, and displaying.

When you hook it to cable the tv is displaying only. or have you just plugged the charter cable into the tv? So my big screen is upstairs, my cable box is downstairs in the office (So we can keep everything together-Internet, cable box, wifi box, and our only surge protector...) and the other TV is in the family room.

We've got a Panasonic DVD recorder with freeview which also has a 7-day guide which works properly but with this you can only see the name of the programme but not any information about it.

Does anyone know how to solve the problem with the LG TV 7-day guide?

As you might expect, LG have a number of high quality Smart TVs in their portfolio.

They've already broken new ground by releasing the highly successful Cinema 3D TV range in 2011, the first 3D TV range to work with passive 3D technology.

Connect one end of an Ethernet cable into the LAN port on the back of your LG TV.

Connect the other end of the Ethernet cable directly into an available Ethernet port on the back of your broadband modem, if you're not using a wired or wireless router.

Is it possible not to have any cable boxes to get picture?

If so, then would i just call Charter and ask for a box or maybe buy my own...?

If you're the lucky owner of one of those, you already know how clever LG are at making great TVs.

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