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LG AN-MR600 Magic Remote for LG Smart TV UF7700/UF9400/LF6300/EF9500/EG9600

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LG AN-MR600 Magic Remote for LG Smart TV 

The RRMR600 will replace all LG Smart TV remotes. It will do all functions as the original remote will operate except for VOICE Functionality. Simply plug USB dongle into one of the USB ports on the back of the TV and the remote will pair just like the original remote. You will have full functionality of the default on-screen cursor. You can access your smart apps, inputs and more. This remote can also program to a Set-top-box for controlling your Cable or Satellite box. Features: - Full functionality for all LG Smart TV (except voice control) - Includes: RRMR600 remote, Receiver dongle, and instructions - Replaces all LG smart remote controls WARNING - This remote will not do VOICE COMMANDS.

Features:

  • Highest Quality AN-MR600 Remote. Works for all LG Smart TVs. Comes with a USB dongle to plug into the back of the TV for easy pairing.
  • Full functionality for all LG Smart TV (except voice control) - Includes: RRMR600 remote, Receiver dongle, and instructions
  • ANMR600, ANMR600G,ANMR500G, ANMR650, ANMR650A, AN-MR650B, AN-MR19BA, AN-MR18BA, ANMR18BA
  • Make sure your original mode is listed to guarantee compatibility.
  • Input Capabilities: Pointing, Drag & Drop, Wheel, Voice Recognition, Universal Remote, Number Key Pad

Compatible Model:

  • Compatible UHD 4K Models UF7700, UF8500, UF9400, UF9500
  • Compatible LED LCD Models LF6300
  • Compatible OLED Models EF9500, EG9600, EF9800

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