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Bluetooth with 32LM6300PLA and Soundbar SJ1


David38

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Have got the Bluetooth set up ok, was a struggle as instructions only cover Optical.

Problem is TV does not remember it has to use the soundbar by bluetooth when switched on it is back to internal speakers then I have to go back into menu and set it up again.

First time with bluetooth and surprised it so hard as have been led to believe it is an easy system.

Thanks

 

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