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- NOTE: The TV model can only be used as a reference, it is not necessarily accurate, because sometimes different batches of TV will use different light bars
- We always recommend that you open the TV casing to confirm whether the backlight light bar is consistent with our products.
- If you have not opened the TV, we recommend that you compare the TV model. The model number of the TV is on the nameplate on the back of the TV.
- We will not be responsible for this if you do not confirm the model of the backlight strip only depending on the model of the TV.
- Consistent with the 0riginal, Brand New, no need to modify it, easy to install.
- Long operating life.
- Package included: 1pcs/set/lot.
- Use: for TV.
- Item Type: Strip.
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