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Deleting all reminders.

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Delete all reminders

Hey everyone today I’ve had round loads of kids and they’ve done all sorts to my LG tv and set reminders for pretty much every kids show so I have to cancel every one but they keep coming

 

is there a way to delete *EVERY* reminder ?

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