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Over the past year, we've reviewed 9 LG 2016 TVs. We have quite a few planned for the rest of the year though, including some of the 1080P ones. We have reviewed the two most popular OLED TVs they've released in 2016 as well.

Updates

11/18/2016 LG UH6150 reviewed 11/04/2016 LG UH5500 reviewed 10/14/2016 LG C6 reviewed 10/07/2016 LG UH9500 reviewed 10/05/2016 LG UH6500 reviewed 09/30/2016 LG LH5000 reviewed 09/23/2016 LG LH5700 reviewed 07/29/2016 LG UH6100 reviewed 07/20/2016 LG B6 reviewed 07/08/2016 LG LH5750 reviewed 06/17/2016 LG E6 reviewed 03/30/2016 LG UH7700 reviewed 02/26/2016 LG UH8500 reviewed

Compared to other brands

OLED. The only company to have OLED offerings in the US. These TVs have by far the best picture quality. Great Viewing angles. Both their LED and OLED TVs generally have excellent viewing angles. Great Smart Platform. LG’s WebOS 3.0 is our favorite smart platform this year. It’s fully featured, fast and intuitive. ...
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Text link: UF Box

Domain: urbanfarmers.com Link: https://urbanfarmers.com/productsservices/box-globe/ Verified

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Text link: University Box Office - O'Connell Center

Domain: www.oconnellcenter.ufl.edu Link: http://www.oconnellcenter.ufl.edu/BoxOffice/University_Box_Office.aspx Verified

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Text link: Tickets | University of Florida Performing Arts

Domain: performingarts.ufl.edu Link: http://performingarts.ufl.edu/tickets/ Verified

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Text link: Tickets & Parking | School of Theatre + Dance | College of the Arts ...

Domain: arts.ufl.edu Link: http://arts.ufl.edu/academics/theatre-and-dance/tickets-parking/ Verified

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Text link: UF Mail and Document Services: PO Box Lookup

Domain: www.bsd.ufl.edu Link: https://www.bsd.ufl.edu/maildocdata/pobox/search.htm Verified

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Text link: University Box Office...

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Determine which method is the most desirable: direct burial of cable under soil, PVC electrical pipe (PVC) buried under soil with conductors installed in pipe, or aerial method. Each has its own benefits and detractors. Please read the entire article to help you decide which method will work best for you.

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Direct burial of type "UF" cable under soil is probably the most common and least expensive method. It provides for hot(s), neutral and ground conductors all inside a durable, sunlight and moisture resistant encasement. UF cable looks very similar to "NM" (Romex) cable, but differs in that the individual conductors are "flooded" with the jacket material found on NM cable. Thus, there is no jacket to remove, but rather the conductors and their insulation must be removed from the "jacket". Learning to do this may take a little time - practice with left over cable before attempting on installed cable. It will require at least an 18 inch (45.7 cm) deep...

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Plan a route for the underground wiring. Keep the number of bends or angles in the route to a minimum. Avoid having more than 360 degrees of bends in the route, which would violate the National Electrical Code.

Check with your local building department to obtain a permit for your work. Call 811 to have your underground utilities wires marked.

Select a location for where the new wiring will leave the house. Pick a spot near the circuit breaker at the bottom of a wall, or the top of a basement wall. Take a reciprocating saw and cut out a small section of drywall. Make shallow cuts to ensure that you do not cut into any wires.

Remove the drywall. Drill a 1-inch hole at this spot through the wood and siding. Center a junction box over the hole on the house's exterior and screw it to the wood.

Dig a 24-inch deep trench about the width of a shovel along the length of your route with a mattock. Ensure that the trench is 24 inches deep, the minimum depth...

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