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LG TV  SJ800V.  (2018 UK model).  Was  06.00.20  then became  06.00.25 and made no difference to this issue:

Search page on YouTube had a microphone symbol.  This enabled Voice Search.

Just recently, (whilst being 06.00.20),  MICROPHONE VANISHED.  It can't be got back.  I know of two other SJ800V TVs  with the same issue.

I know of another two similar LG TVs - but different model numbers - which have no problem.  

LG says it's probably a YouTube issue. Tried uninstalling and re-installing YouTube but no good... 

What can be done? This TV is only 4 years old and I and I really don't see why I should have to  go and buy a new one...

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Hi Silkshirt, I have SJ800V on 06.00.05. My YouTube app also doesn’t have the voice search button anymore.

I am 100% sure it is a decision by YouTube, not LG. Some other apps still have their own voice search, Spotify for instance.

Have you noticed any other issues when updating to 06.00.25? I am afraid to update… there’s no info.
Thanks!

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