RMC742(A) RRC745 JVC
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JVC RMC742(A) TV Remote Control

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The original JVC RMC742(A) Remote Control is substituted by ANDERIC RRC745 JVC remote control and comes with our compatibility guarantee.

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JVC RMC742(A) Remote Control is guaranteed to work with the following models

Originally supplied with TV models: AV27750, AV32750, AV35570, AV3570, AV35720, AV35750, JVCAV32750, JVCAV35750, TM2796SU

Note: This list may not be a complete list.

Product description

The replacement for original JVC RMC742(A) Remote Control is in-stock and ships within 24 hours.
The replacement for original JVC RMC742(A) Remote Control carries a 60-Days Warranty.

P/N: RMC742(A)SA, RM-C745-1C


Model: RMC742(A)
Part Number: RM-C745-1C
Associated Number: RM-C742(A)
Catalogue No.: 1746
This remote control controls units : TV
Battery Required : 2 AA

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