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    How to disconnect wifi?

    Hello, I can't disconnect my TV from home wifi.
    There is no such option in menu and I can't remove my wifi pass from tv memory.
    Even reset to factory defaults didn't help - my tv always connects to wifi at startup.
    Please help.

    My model is 40pfl5007

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    Hi machupichcu!

    I have never find a way to do this.
    But may one of this three workarounds is interesting for you:
    1.) Reinstall your WiFi settings and choose something senseless as pwd.
    2.) Change the networksettings of the TV from WLAN to LAN (at least at my tv this is possible)
    3.) Block the TVs MAC at you router.

    regards bta

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