How To Fix ONN TV won’t connect to WiFi

If your ONN TV is having trouble connecting to WiFi, it’s likely due to common issues like entering the wrong password, having a weak signal, outdated software, or interference from other devices.

To fix the problem:

  1. Power Cycle the TV: Turn off the TV, unplug all HDMI cables, wait for 5 minutes, and then turn it back on.
  2. Restart the Router: Turn off the router, wait a few seconds, and then turn it back on.
  3. Enable/Disable Network Pings: Turn on the TV, press the home button five times, then press the home button once, the up button once, and the rewind button once. This will open a menu. Scroll to the System Operations menu, select the Network menu, and press OK. Finally, scroll to the Network Pings option and enable them.
  4. Adjust Location Settings: If the issue persists, try changing the TV’s location settings to a different region or country. This might help if there are connectivity problems related to regional restrictions.
  5. Inspect the WiFi Module: Open the back panel of the TV and check the WiFi module for any visible damage. If needed, gently clean the module with a soft brush or cloth.

If you are still connecting the TV to WiFi, replace the WiFi module.

That’s it…

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