Originally Posted by kluken
The one USB port is blue I thought that signifies a 1A standard USB 3 port?
During a verbal conversation, they told me the USB was .5A. Here is what LG sent me in response to an email question:
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I understand that you are would like to use USB function of the OLED65B7A TV to plug in a string of LED lights and use the port to power up the device. In response to this concern, the USB function of this unit is only designed for accessing movies, photos, and audio files stored from USB flash devices such as a USB flash drive or external Hard Drive. It is not recommended to use the USB port for powering or charging purposes as it is not a supported function.
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Original Customer Inquiry
Received Date : 01/07/2018 16:28 43
The type of inquiry : lg.com Support
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I would like to plug in a back light string of LED lights into the USB port. The lights require 1A. Will the TV USB port provide this without a problem.