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Samsung TV Guide Not Working

Anytime your Samsung TV Guide is not working you should perform a hard restart on the TV. Make sure that the power is on and the TV is operating. Unplug the power cord from the wall and wait a few minutes before plugging it back in again. Press the power button to finish restarting the TV. Your memory cache will now be flushed and you will be working with a clear memory.

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Samsung TV Screen Mirroring Not Working

When the screen mirroring is not working on your Samsung TV, it is likely a problem with the Wi-Fi. Wi-Fi is used to send the signal from your secondary device to the TV so if there are any hiccups along the way, it will not work. Try restarting your router by unplugging it and waiting five minutes before you plug it back in again. That is often enough to fix the problem.

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Samsung TV App Store Not Working

Anytime the Samsung TV app store is not working, you can reset it by cold booting the TV. From the remote, press the power button and hold it while the TV turns off and back on again. From the TV, start with the TV on, unplug the TV, and then plug it back in after 30 seconds. The process is now complete and your app store should be working.

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Samsung TV Chromecast Not Working

Your Samsung TV Chromecast will not work if your smart device is outdated. Depending on the age of your device, the operating system could be outdated and the newer version of apps will not be supported. Unfortunately, the only way to remedy this problem is to upgrade your device. When shopping for a new smart device, make sure it can support Chromecast.

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