It can be so annoying and frustrating when your Hisense TV struggles with connecting to Wi-fi. It is such a hassle to figure out why your Hisense TV will not connect and what you can do to fix the connection problem. There are a few reasons why your Hisense TV may not be connecting to Wi-fi.

The reasons your Hisense TV may not be connecting to Wi-fi include: your TV cannot access the internet, the location of your router, possible signal interference, and if you are using guest mode.

Once you have narrowed it down to these possible reasons for why your Hisense TV is not connecting to Wi-fi, it can be less of a hassle and help you feel more in control of the situation. There are ways you can figure out which reason your Hisense TV is not connecting to the Wi-fi, and there are simple steps to resolve the issue(s).

Why is My Hisense Smart TV Not Connecting to Wi-fi?

There are several routes you can take to hook your Hisense Smart TV up to Wi-fi. To establish why your Hisense Smart TV is not connecting to Wi-fi, you must first establish which of the many routes you wish to take for connection purposes. Once you establish this, you can break it down into what reason there could be for your Hisense Smart TV not connecting to Wi-fi.

Some reasons your Hisense Smart TV may not be connecting to Wi-fi are:

  • Your internet connection is down
  • Your TV is having other trouble accessing the internet connection
  • Your router can be emitting a weak Wi-fi signal
  • Too many devices hooked up to the Wi-fi, weakening the signal
  • Guest mode and cause interference.

The good news is these are all fixable connection issues that do not take very many steps to resolve the issue of why your Hisense Smart TV is not connecting to Wi-fi.

Can’t Connect to Internet Hisense TV?

It can be highly frustrating not to know what the problem is when attempting to connect your Hisense TV to the internet. You can hook your TV up to the internet using a wired or wireless setup. The wired connection can be more stable, but the wireless connection may be more convenient. Either route can have issues sometimes.

If you have established your internet connection is not down, you may then decide whether your TV is having trouble accessing the internet connection, there is poor router signal strength, there are too many devices currently accessing the internet, and you have turned off guest mode.

Once you have established what the reason could be, you may then proceed to resolving the problem.

How Do I Reset the Wi-Fi on My Hisense Smart TV?

Resetting the Wi-fi connection on your Hisense Smart TV is likely one of the best steps you can take to resolve the connection issue.

To reset the wi-fi connection, you simply can select the reset connection option within the system settings. There are detailed steps you can follow to find the reset connection setting. These steps are as follows:

  1. From the Home screen, locate and select the settings option
  2. From the Settings screen, you may then locate and select System, Advanced System Settings, and then Network Connection Reset
  3. From this screen you may then locate and select the Reset Connection option

Once you have selected the Reset Connection option, your Hisense Smart TV will then reboot, forgetting all previously connected Wi-fi networks. Once your TV has rebooted, you may then attempt to connect your Hisense Smart TV to the Wi-fi network. If this does not work, there are other steps you can take to resolve any other issues.

Other Steps You Can Take to Resolve Hisense Smart TV Wi-Fi Connectivity Problems

If you suspect your Hisense Smart TV is not connecting to Wi-fi because of an issue with your router, you can attempt to restart your router to resolve the issue. Unplug your router for 15 seconds and then plug it back in. Wait for it to start back up and see if that resolves the issue. If it did not, there are other steps you can take to resolve the connectivity issue.

Resolving why your Hisense Smart TV is not connecting to Wi-fi can be done in any of the following steps:

  1. Check for an active connection on your Hisense TV. If there is not an active connection, you will then need to go to the TV network configuration settings and attempt to connect to the internet.
  2. Try moving your router closer to your Hisense TV. The recommended distance from router to TV is no more than 10 meters or about 32 feet. This will also help if there are several devices hooked up to your Wi-fi network.
  3. Try restarting your Hisense Smart TV. Turn off your TV, unplug it for a few minutes, and plug it back in.

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If you are trying to connect your Hisense TV to your internet through a wired connection, you can try unplugging your ethernet cable from your TV, waiting a couple minutes, and plugging it back in. Once you have done this, you can try to connect your Hisense Smart TV to the internet.

Why Won’t My TV Connect to the Wi-Fi Anymore?

There can be several reasons for why your TV won’t connect to the Wi-fi anymore. It can be frustrating to experience, but also can be an easy fix.

Perhaps one of the biggest reasons your TV loses connection with the Wi-Fi is the location of your router. If your router is too far from your TV, the connection will not be as stable, and you can lose connection altogether. Other reasons can include an unstable wireless connection or too many devices have hooked up to the Wi-Fi network.

Once you have established one of these reasons to be the cause, it is easy to resolve the issue.

Wrapping It All Up

There can be many reasons why your Hisense TV will not connect to the Wi-Fi network or why it will lose connection. It can be frustrating to experience an internet connection loss, but it does not have to be! You can take steps to figure out what the underlying issue is, and then take control and resolve the issue.