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Hi there,

I'm trying to connect my Windows 10 PC as an audio output device for my LG TV (43UM7100PLB, software v. 05.00.15). I know that Windows 10 now supports Bluetooth audio sink mode in order to act as an audio receiver, but my TV just won't pair with it. Windows sees the TV, but it cannot pair with it, just says "Try connecting your device again" (screenshot attached). When I use the WebOS Sound Out > Bluetooth and search for a device, nothing shows up even though my PC is discoverable.

If I try the Bluetooth Audio Playback feature of the TV from the Home Dashboard, I can pair the computer with TV and am able to stream audio from the PC to TV, so I'm beginning to suspect the TV is rejecting the PC for some reason.

Any help is greatly appreciated!

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