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How to Set up Philips TV

If you are not comfortable setting up the TV you might consider configuring your router instead.
  1. Before you start this guide you will need to find the out the IP of your router, netmask (subnet), and the IP range used by your router. All this info needs to be entered in step 5. Please see this guide to find out how to get the info needed. Once you have the info you can proceed.
  2. On your TV remote press the Home button on the remote
  3. Go to Setup
  4. Select Network Settings
  5. Select Network Settings >  Network Configuration > and set to Static IP
  6. Then select Static IP Configuration and enter the following:
    IP address: Please enter a valid IP from your home network. When you follow the guides in step 1 you will be able to see the IP used by either your Mac or PC. Change the last digit. Lets say your Mac has the IP then change the last digit to lets say 15.
    Netmask: Normally you can use - if that does not work please consult step 1 for your local info.
    Gateway: The IP of your router.
    DNS 1:
    DNS 2:
  7. Restart TV


First step of troubleshooting should always be to restart device(s) and router. Then check your account status in your account home. You should always see 3 green check marks if the device you are using to visit the account home is set up correctly.

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Before You Contact Support

  1. Verify that your device or connected router is using Unlocator.
  2. Restart device and router.
  3. Check your account status from a computer or device that is connected to Unlocator by visiting your account home.
  4. If the above steps don’t work please contact support describing your issue and steps taken to fix it.
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