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    How to automatically set the time and date?

    Smart TV Time display 2 hours a head..!! instead correct time not displayed Eu time zone. (summer).

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    I also have some weird time setting issues.

    Just now a 23:30 (11:30 pm)

    - the clock of the tv (not in Smart TV) showed 18:30 (6:30 pm), that is 5 hours behind.
    - the clock in the Smart TV interface (upper right corner) showed 01:30 (1:30 am), that is 2 hours ahead.

    I have the latest sw (firmware) on my tv.

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