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The LG remote was designed for small hands.     I must use both hands to operate it.

It was designed to be used in a lighted room.   My TV is in a dark room.

 It was designed for persons with good eyes.   I need glasses to see the tiny buttons.

Anyone know of a full-function LARGE-BUTTON REMOTE ?    

Most common 'universal' remotes will  change channels and volume,,, but that is all they can do.  I watch AmazonPrime  and need the  movie-control buttons.

 

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