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We've got 2 LG tv's, one upstairs and one downstairs. The wife wanted access to AppleTV so we bought a Roku Ultra for upstairs. We are able to watch AppleTV on that tv without any issues. Wife bought a 2nd Roku Ultra to watch AppleTV on the LG tv downstairs but AppleTV would not stream. It would start but it would hang up - video wouldn't show.
So... I brought the Roku Ultra from upstairs down to the downstairs tv to see if the other was a dud. But it wouldn't stream AppleTV to the downstairs TV either. For this reason I don't think it is an issue between Roku Ultra & AppleTV. I am wondering if there is a compatibility issue between the Roku Ultra and this specific LG tv model (60UK6090PUA).
I had a Roku Streaming Stick+ (new) that after a couple of weeks when I turned it on, the picture would go on & then off, on & then off, continuously. I could only get it to stop doing this by unplugging the electric to the Stick. I thought it was a glitch and was gone. However, it started to happen again.
Roku replaced the Stick with another one, which seemed fine for a few days, and the same problem again!
I have an LG Smart TV (not using the Smart part, obviously), and wondered if there was some weird compatibility issue. I have a second Roku Stick on a 5 year old Samsung. I'm wondering if I could just switch the sticks to see if the problem starts up again on the Stick that works fine on the Samsung, for a test.
You I have to redo any settings? Does each Stick recognize it is suddenly in a different TV?
Otherwise, they'll probably just send me yet another Stick. Unless your QC and the quality of the manufacture or the design a problem!