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LG Customer Service Phone Number, Email ID, Headquarters Address, Website

LG electronics (lg.com/au) is the multinational company of South Korea owned by LG Corporation. The areas served by them are worldwide. Products manufactured by them are home appliances, mobiles, air-conditioning, solar, TV & home entertainment and computer products. It was founded on October, 1958. The main headquarters is at Yeouido-dong, Seoul. Koo In-hwoi is the founder and Koo Bon-joon is the chief executive officer and vice chairman of the company. Information provided in this article is for the help of the customers who are in problem and searching for toll free helpline number, corporate office address, jobs in LG, email ids. This article is surely helpful for them.

LG Customer Service Contact Details

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LG Customer Service Numbers: +61 2 8805 4000, 1300 54 2273
Customers can call on these numbers of customer service support. Costumers do not hesitate to call here. Enquiries and questions can be asked through calls. These are not toll free helpline number.

LG Customer Service Email ID: N/A
There is no specific email ID available by the company.

LG Head Office Address: 2 Wonderland Drive Eastern Creek, NSW 2766 Australia
This is main head office address. All the important operations take place here. Customers can also visit here related to their inquiries.

Working Hours: 7 am to 7 pm, everyday
These are details for hours for answering of calls. During this period only customer service representative will be answerable for customer’s questions.

LG Official Website: lg.com/au
To know more about company’s products and services visit this link for more information.

Social Profiles

You can like, subscribe and follow LG electronics here to get to know more about latest products and services.

Facebook Fan Page: facebook.com/LGAustralia

YouTube Channel: youtube.com/user/LGAustralia

Twitter Handle: twitter.com/LG_Australia

LinkedIn Profile: linkedin.com/company/lg-electronics-australia-pty-ltd

Important Links

Contact Page: lg.com/au/support/contact-customer-support
This is official contact us page of the company. To know more about customer services and support visit here and online form is also available.

Careers: lg.com/au/careers
Want to be a part of LG electronics? Or finding a job? Visit here for more information.

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  • Sue pritchard August 9, 2016, 1:22 am

    I have been waiting on line for over 25 minutes what the hell,is happening

  • Greg Hortle September 21, 2016, 7:52 pm

    Hello I have a problem I hope you can help with, on the 23/07/2011 I purchased an LG flat screen TV 60pz570 (Serial no 1049307759 ) one week ago the screen when black suddenly, after doing all the recommended resets etc. I deemed the set to have failed and purchased a replacement. This is the second L.G. flat screen that has failed on me the other was a 55 inch. I believe even though this set was well out of warranty I would expect its life span to be well in excess of just under 5 years. Now it was always my intention to get a second set which I have done but that is now the only set. I would like to know if you would have this set repaired at your cost so that I can continue to support the L.G. brand.
    Cheers Greg

  • Rebecca Warren November 8, 2016, 6:26 pm

    We have been on hold for LG service for an hour, We called twice after waiting for half an hour on the first call. On the second we were told that we would be put straight through to an agent. We have now waited a further half an hour, and we haven’t been put through.
    This company has the worst customer service. I will not buy a product from them again, due to their total lack of care

  • Clare February 15, 2017, 2:39 pm

    I have been ringing LG support because my iview does not work on my smart LG TV anymore. I have spent about 4 hours on this. The staff keep asking us to do the same thing and then say they will ring us back and then do not. Have found this exert from ABC iview, “Technical Change – SHA-1 support disabled from 27th Dec 2016
    The ABC has recently been advised by one of its technology providers of a planned change which may affect iview on some older smart TV devices.

    What is the change?

    The ABC has recently been advised by one of its technology providers of a planned change which may affect iview on some older smart TV devices.

    What is SHA-1?

    SHA-1 is a security technology used in the delivery of content across the internet. More specifically it’s a cryptographic hash function that may be part of the certificate exchange when setting up an HTTPS session. ABC iview uses HTTPS for delivery of content feeds and video streams.

    Why is this happening?

    Due to security issues identified with SHA-1 and the imperative to maintain security of encrypted content on the internet, all major browser makers agreed to stop supporting SHA-1 by 2017.

    What is the impact on ABC iview?

    There is a risk that this change will cause problems for older consumer devices, especially smart TVs with very old browsers that have not been updated by manufacturers. This is most likely to manifest in problems loading the application or in attempting to play back video content.

    The ABC is in communication with TV device manufacturers hardware partners on this change, and some are attempting to identify exactly which devices may be affected. Due to the timing and nature of the update, we are unable to test the change prior to 27th December, and the full extent of the impact is not entirely clear until after then. Our records indicate that a small number of requests are using SHA-1, but it’s not clear which devices these are or whether they may be affected by the change.

    What happens if my device is affected?

    Unfortunately, if this security change impacts your device, this will be outside the ABC’s control to fix. So the ABC may be forced to retire iview support for affected platforms or devices.”

    I believe this is the problem. There seems no way to sort this out except to e-mail as ringing you keep getting different people saying the same thing- Can someone get back to us.

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  • Maryam October 9, 2017, 12:09 am

    I would say LG customer service is just terrible. You have to be on hold for at least 45min and then nobody will answer you.

  • Beverley November 8, 2017, 11:27 pm

    I will not buy lg products again. Ring 1300number and be put on hold. Have been told they will ring back but they don’t. (3times now)Will just have to keep ringing to get a solution to our problem

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