SONY RMDM11 Remote Control

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SONY RMDM11 Remote Control is guaranteed to work with the following models

Originally supplied with models: D828K

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Product description

The Sony 146721111 (RCDW400) remote control allows easy operation for your compatible Sony model. The Sony 146721111 is perfect if you lose the one that was included with your unit or if you're in need of an additional remote. The 146721111 controls all basic functions of the unit. Batteries Sold Separately.

Model: RMDM11
Part Number: 146721111
Associated Number: RM-DM11
Catalogue No.: 1220
Battery Required : 2 AA

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