A Roku device may not work on an LG TV if there are firmware bugs/errors or if the WiFi is poor. These can be fixed through updates or by resetting the TV, Roku or modem/router. The Roku may also have a loose HDMI connection, the remote may have become unpaired or the audio settings need adjusting.
HBO Max cannot be downloaded onto any LG TV because it is not supported. However, you can play HBO content on the TV using an external device. If the app does not work, try updating or restarting the app and device. You can also clear the app cache, reinstall the app and check your WiFi signal.
Your LG TV YouTube app will not work if you have poor network connection, an overloaded cache, firmware bugs or are using YouTube in the Web Browser. You can troubleshoot these issues by resetting the network or TV, updating the app or TV, reinstalling the app or adjusting the TV’s WiFi settings.
A consistent blinking light on an LG TV indicates an internal malfunction. The color of this light varies with different models. A factory reset or hard reset can eliminate software errors caused by a power surge/outage. Otherwise, damaged circuit boards will need to be repaired or replaced.
The overall way to get the Hulu app to work on an LG TV when it won’t open is to close and reopen the app, and uninstall and reinstall the Hulu app. There is also a folder of files known as the cache. When it gets full it can use too much memory and clearing the apps cache can get it working again.
If Netflix keeps logging out on your LG TV, this may be caused by an attempt by Netflix to keep your account secure. If you have given your login information to multiple people in multiple locations, Netflix may think your account has been compromised which will force the logout.
If Disney Plus keeps freezing or crashing on your LG TV, completely close out of the application and be sure that all other applications that are running are closed out as well. If this is not the problem, check to see if you are running on the latest version of the Disney Plus App.
If your LG TV’s input keeps switching, resetting your device to its factory defaults or enabling SIMPLINK may resolve the issue. If a hard reset isn’t possible, consider replacing the motherboard since it’s likely experiencing a malfunction. Or, contact an LG repairer for assistance.
When Your LG TV won’t turn on but has a red light, the controller may be defective. Try turning on the device with the unit’s power button. If it turns on, replace the batteries in your remote. However, if your TV is flashing or clicking, your device needs professional maintenance.
LG TVs that won’t turn off either have a problem with the remote control or motherboard. But if your television continues to power down automatically, there could be a wiring problem, or you may need to reset it. Disconnect the TV, disable timers, or delete your LG TV’s cache to solve the issue.