Hey guys, For any Australian/New Zealand customers affected by this, I encourage you enact your Australian Consumer Guarantee rights, and demand a full refund for your TV due to a major failure. You will probably be able to buy a much better TV as they have to refund the entire purchase price to you. This essentially renders the WiFi component of the TV completely useless, and is not accordance with general Network and IP Protocol standards. Your consumer rights extend outside of the warranty period of the TV - in AU/NZ, this is based on the price you paid for the product and it's expected lifespan based on that price. This would extend up to 3-5 years in most cases. This issue could offer massive vulnerabilties and security concerns on a home network, as well as general performance issues with other connected devices. Keep that in mind. If Samsung don't want to play ball, get your money back and give your money to a company who cares. Wonder how fast they will delete this post?
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