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Originally Posted by Angad View Post

I picked up one from my local best buy yesterday (47"). I spent the day tweaking the settings and I am quiet impressed with this television. I have an issue though and was hoping someone on the forum could help me out. I bought this as an open box item and the TV did not come with a stand. Can someone tell me where I could buy a stand for this set or If someone has one they are not using that they would be willing to sell? Let me know.

Thanks!

you could try contacting lg but im sure it would be expensive

http://www.ebay.com/itm/LG-47LS4500-LED-TV-Pedestal-Stand-w-Screws-/171045604614?pt=US_TV_Boards_Parts_Components&hash=item27d31ccd06
post #242 of 355
Thanks for the link. I tried contacting LG, they are not willing to ship a replacement stand. This one is a bit too expensive. I will try submitting an offer.
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post #243 of 355
Hi all. I joined up after reading through the help others have been providing.

I have a display issue with my 55LS4500 that I've owned since January. The display went out completely yesterday. I can hear through the TV speakers anything that is playing, but there is no picture. The menu's and input selection screens do not appear when attempting to access them through both the remote and the touch buttons on the front of the unit. I've disconnected it from power and all other devices with no change in behavior.

Any suggestions before I reach out to LG tomorrow via chat?
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Picked up the 47" on Woot today for 4 bills. Its a refurb but I am crossing my fingers, have only bought new for TV's. Hopefully I don't get one of the lemons you folks on this thread have returned to BB!
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Cracked the panel in my 55ls4500 yesterday. Is it even worth it to source a replacement panel?
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I Adjust Settings With Little Or No Light In Room . I Have Roku 3 Connected To TV. HDMI 1080p Settings on Roku 3. Watching TV With Time Warner Cable APP. So Here We Go. Also I Cannot Turn On Film Mode.

LG 47LS4500

Aspect Ratio = Set By Program
Energy Saving = Off

Expert1

Backlight = 61
Contrast = 78
Brightness = 50
H Sharpness = 80
V Sharpness = 80
Color = 50
Tint = G1

Expert Control

Dynamic Contrast = Off
Noise Reduction = off
Gamma = Medium
Black Level = Auto
Color Gamut = Wide
Edge Enhancer = On
White Balance = Cool

All Colors Set At = 0
post #247 of 355
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Picked up the 47" on Woot today for 4 bills. Its a refurb but I am crossing my fingers, have only bought new for TV's. Hopefully I don't get one of the lemons you folks on this thread have returned to BB!
I just hit the button on the Woot refurb, too. $379. How has yours been?
post #248 of 355
Tv Been Fine Just The Roku 3 Broadcast for The Time Warner Cable is A little Weird. Adjust The bright a little but TV looks real good.
post #249 of 355
Is it just me or is it sort of ridiculous that this TV doesn't support ARC and that the SIMPLINK functionality doesn't really do much of anything as far as CEC goes? I'd love to hear that I'm just missing something. Anyone encounter any workarounds?
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Received mine. Picture is decent but mine has a noticeable purple hue on the right 10% of the screen. It's more noticeable on white and light colors. I don't suppose there's anyway to minimize it or will it lighten up after some break-in time? :-(
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The light bleeding is atrocious. How does something like this pass muster? Glad I watch movies on my projector because dark scenes look a mess.
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LG 55LS4500 Just brought this at walmart for $448 for 75 year old mother-in-law.
eden, nc
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Just got this to replace a damaged 50" Panasonic Plasma. Looks good but im still trying to love it.
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Does anyone here know how to get in to the setting to see for how long this tv has been on? I think the just sold me the display model and I want to know if it has been on for a long time.

thanks
Er
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