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post #6601 of 6610
Suddenly, I am unable to connect to the internet for Netflix, YouTube, etc. It worked a few days ago.

I get to Network Setup is now complete and the 3 OKs. When I select OK, it sys "Configuration failed while connecting. There is no link. Please check the cables." (There are no cables - it's wireless.)

I've not changed anything in my setup. I've tried everything - reset TV, reset cable modem and router...

Could there have been a software update that is causing it?

Any ideas? cb
post #6602 of 6610
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Originally Posted by MrEastSide View Post

Try resetting your modem... routers as well, if you have any. Not sure what to suggest on the TV side of things, but many connection problems can be resolved by resetting modems and routers.

Sent via Samsung Galaxy S3

What worked for me was unplugging the power cord from the TV then reset cable modem and router.
cb
post #6603 of 6610
I have been using a screen cleaner ordered from Monoprice and it has been working fine for last few times. I was trying to clean my screen yesterday and it left the screen with very bad streaks. It looks like it took the coating off the gorilla glass in some parts. Would anyone know what I can do to get rid of this? TIA for any help. I have tried plain water mixed with vinegar, ammonia free glass cleaner to no avail. I am attaching a picture for reference.
post #6604 of 6610
Yikes! There's really not much you can do. That definitely looks like you took some of the coating off. If you DID take part of the coating off, you have 2 options, leave it, or take the rest of it off so it looks even. You'll get more glare though.

I think even the manual warns against using anything but a soft cloth dampened slightly with water.

For future reference (and other TV owners), the safest way to clean a modern TV screen is to use a soft brush first (or blower brush like the ones made for camera lenses) if there's a decent amount of dust. For fingerprints/smudges, use a clean microfiber cloth dampened slightly with distilled water (no contaminants to leave a residue). If you have a Zero Water pitcher, filtered water that measures '0' to 6ppm is also pretty contaminant free.

Never scrub hard. It can take the coating off. Never wash the screen cleaning cloth in a washing machine or use laundry detergent. Many laundry detergents have additives that will leave a residue on the cloth that can cause streaks or even scratches.

If necessary, hand wash the cleaning cloth with a small amount of blue Dawn dishwashing liquid and drip dry.


Max
post #6605 of 6610
So after 3 years just wondering how the Sony NX810 is holding up for you people? Mine is still great, but never did use the 3D much, so waste of money IMO.

THks
post #6606 of 6610
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Originally Posted by cabletvsucks View Post

So after 3 years just wondering how the Sony NX810 is holding up for you people? Mine is still great, but never did use the 3D much, so waste of money IMO.

THks

Mine is holding up very well (knock on wood) and it has survived moving to three different locations. No problems at all and I do use the 3D
post #6607 of 6610
That's great, I see no reduction in the LEd colors after 3 years either.
post #6608 of 6610
Mine looks great along with the bunchin (or however you spell it) stand. I still think it's one of the nicest TV's around tongue.gif
post #6609 of 6610
So I am thinking about selling mine and buying an 80" how much do you think is reasonable? Amazon is showing used from about $1650 and up.
post #6610 of 6610
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Originally Posted by chiptouz View Post

So I am thinking about selling mine and buying an 80" how much do you think is reasonable? Amazon is showing used from about $1650 and up.

I had looked into this as well and was very surprised to see how much these were selling for. I don't think this is true but almost seems as if there is a demand for them still like collectors items. You could try $1,600 but I have a feeling it will never sell for that. If I knew nothing about the TV I would not pay more than $500.
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