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SAMSUNG BN59-01358B original remote control
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Other names: BN5901358B
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Price without VAT$ 36.13
Final price$ 36.13
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original remote control BN59-01358B used for televisions GU55AU7179UXZG, GU55AU7179U, UE43AU7175UXXC, UE43AU7175UXZT, UE55AU7175UXXC, UE50AU7105KXXC for the brand Samsung. This is an original remote control.
Make sure that your remote control exactly matches the image or the reference of the remote control shown here. If you have lost the original one, you may find a photo or drawing of the remote in the manual that you can compare to the photo shown here. If you are not sure, or you can’t find your remote control, locate the brand and complete model number of the apparatus (you will usually find this on a label on the back of the device) and contact us so we can find a solution.
The remote control is carefully shipped protected in a special packaging along with the necessary batteries (if requested). The shipment is fast and secure, ensuring that it arrives at your hands within the indicated delivery time. Additionally, you will receive the convenience of having your invoice sent directly to your email. Your shopping experience will be impeccable from the very beginning!
Some of the models that use this remote are
|Samsung GU43AU7179U (GU43AU7179UXZG)||Samsung GU43AU7199U (GU43AU7199UXZG)||Samsung GU50AU7179U (GU50AU7179UXZG)||Samsung GU55AU7179U||Samsung GU55AU7179UXZG|
|Samsung GU58AU7179U (GU58AU7179UXZG)||Samsung GU60AU7199U (GU60AU7199UXZG)||Samsung GU65AU7179U (GU65AU7179UXZG)||Samsung GU65AU7199U (GU65AU7199UXZG)||Samsung GU75AU7179UXZG|
|Samsung GU75AU7199U (GU75AU7199UXZG)||Samsung GU85AU7179U (GU85AU7179UXZG)||Samsung UE43AU7100K (UE43AU7100KXXN)||Samsung UE43AU7110K (UE43AU7110KXXU)||Samsung UE43AU7170U (UE43AU7170UXZT)|
|Samsung UE43AU7170UXXN||Samsung UE43AU7175UXXC||Samsung UE43AU7175UXZT||Samsung UE43AU7190U (UE43AU7190UXZT)||Samsung UE50AU7100K (UE50AU7100KXXU)|
|Samsung UE50AU7105KXXC||Samsung UE50AU7170U (UE50AU7170UXXN)||Samsung UE50AU7175U (UE50AU7175UXXC)||Samsung UE50AU7190U (UE50AU7190UXXN)||Samsung UE50AU7190U (UE50AU7190UXZT)|
|Samsung UE55AU7090UXZT||Samsung UE55AU7100K (UE55AU7100KXXN)||Samsung UE55AU7100K (UE55AU7100KXXU)||Samsung UE55AU7105KXXC||Samsung UE55AU7110K (UE55AU7110KXXU)|
|Samsung UE55AU7170U||Samsung UE55AU7170U (UE55AU7170UXXN)||Samsung UE55AU7170U/XZT||Samsung UE55AU7175U (UE55AU7175UXZT)||Samsung UE55AU7175UXXC|
|Samsung UE55AU7190U (UE55AU7190UXXN)||Samsung UE55AU7190U (UE55AU7190UXZT)||Samsung UE58AU7100K (UE58AU7100KXXN)||Samsung UE58AU7105K (UE58AU7105KXXC)||Samsung UE60AU7190UXXN|
|Samsung UE65AU7100K (UE65AU7100KXXN)||Samsung UE65AU7110K (UE65AU7110KXXU)||Samsung UE65AU7170U (UE65AU7170UXZT)||Samsung UE65AU7175UXXC||Samsung UE70AU7100KXXU|
|Samsung UE75AU7100K (UE75AU7100KXXU)||Samsung UE75AU7110K (UE75AU7110KXXU)||Samsung UE75AU7170U (UE75AU7170UXZT)||Samsung UE75AU7175U (UE75AU7175UXXC)||Samsung UE85AU7100K (UE85AU7100KXXN)|
|Samsung UE85AU7105KXXC||Samsung UE85AU7110K (UE85AU7110KXXU)||Samsung UE85AU7170UXXN||Samsung UE85AU7190U (UE85AU7190UXXN)|
This remote control has the following buttons:
Power, 123, Colors, Up, Down, Left, Right, OK, Back, Home, Play/Pause, Vol+, Vol-, CH+, CH-, Netflix, Prime Video, Samsung TV Plus
It uses 2 batteries of the type AAA
1. 5V alcaline batteries AAA LR03, used in a great majority of remote controls.
Replacement remote controls
Replacement remote controls that replace in all its functions the remote SAMSUNG BN59-01358B:
SAMSUNG BN59-01259B original SMART TOUCH remote control for Samsung TV
SAMSUNG BN59-01259B original SMART TOUCH remote control for Samsung TV – Remote Controls! Online store RC! All remote controls!
Remote control price: 2700.00
Original remote control from the manufacturer, in the photos. Made under quality control.
Batteries 2 pcs. AA / LR6 (not included).
Also on sale is Samsung BN59-01259B non-original – this is a remote control from a third-party manufacturer, it is also workable, more budgetary, but not as durable as the original.
Many users of such a remote control consider it not very convenient and ask instead to offer the usual push-button analogue of .