Question about LG 42LC2D 42 in. LCD HDTV
Dog decided to Chew up the remote, want to access TV Menu with remote - suggest what I might do.
Acquire universal remote.
acquire exact replacement from mfg if avail.
no alternative if your remote is destroyed.
based on your need to access menus with it.
then hope your dog develops a taste for something else.
to that, my dogs chew bully sticks. it satisfies their need to chew. which is a really big drive. and they cost a bit, but last a long time.
and its cheaper than replacing remotes and furniture, shoes and other things.
and your dog will be extremely happy.
costc has started carrying them.
most pet stores carry them.
they are also known as pizzle.
you really don't want to know more about them.
they will keep your dog happy when otherwise bored.
have a happy dog.
Posted on Dec 23, 2007
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