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3 hours ago, Jaguar said:

Hello guys, badly needed help, what is the service area zip code for the Philippines? My TV is set in brazil but i cannot change it tothe Philippines. 

My tv model is 43LJ5500

Thank you very much 

Hi @Jaguar

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