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KAIQUE LIMA

TVLG browser bug

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When you click on the star to bookmark a web page on the 43 "Full HD LED TV Smart Browser LG 43LK5750PSA, it displays a confirmation message if you really want to bookmark it. Eighter you clicking "Yes or No" the page is bookmarked anyway.

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