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I have a TV Lg49lh600t which was bought in 2006 and I was able to connect to any Bluetooth speakers including non lg speakers, but subsequent updates have left me with no option now, including sound sync is missing. How can I enable the Bluetooth feature now on my tv... please help how to get on to service menu and enable the same 

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7 hours ago, George Hofmeister said:

Hi,

You could have a look at these tutorials, although I cannot vouch for how relevant they are going to be:

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@George Hofmeister  hello George thanks for your reply, I tried getting into service menu but failed as tv as just 5 buttons one in the middle ok button and four navigation buttons that serves as volume and program button, when tried using center button tv switches off and on I don’t see the service menu and ofcourse I am using Along with remote...

 

looks like I am missing something in here can you please help with step by step 

thanks 

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