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yesterday that thousands of people may be affected by the botched update, Samsung responded by saying that fewer than 200 users have been affected."Samsung is aware of a small number of TVs in the UK (fewer than 200) affected by a firmware update to 2017 MU Series TVs on 17 August," Samsung said in statement to "Once this issue was identified the update was switched off and we are now working with each customer to resolve the issue.Any customers affected are encouraged to get in touch with Samsung directly by calling 03."We would like to apologize for the inconvenience caused to our customers." However, customers felt left in the lurch by the Korean company's silence over the past week.Other owners have reported being able to use peripherals such as game consoles and DVD players, but only on a single HDMI input.
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