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Protect the television buttons from toddlers.

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  • Protect the television buttons from toddlers.

18 Inch Plastic Shield TV Guard for Smaller TVs

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For Television Sets Even little Americans love TV. Toddlers love to push the buttons to change stations, volume, etc. Parents love the TV Guard, a clear plastic shield that keeps buttons where you set them. Remote controls remain operational.

Product Description

TV Guard - Protective Child Safety Control Cover For Smaller Television Sets

Protect your small TV from accidental reprogramming or breakage. apply the TV Guard clear plastic shield under front of television to cover front controls.
The remote control still works and toddlers cannot play with the buttons. Parents love the TV Guard, because child safety and tv safety are maintained without reprimands. Remote controls remain operational.

TV Guard Features:
  • Two protective devices: clear plastic shield with four adhesive backed rubber bump-ons and low skid underlay material.
  • "L" shaped side view.
  • Shield dimensions: 18 5/8" wide x 3 1/2" high x 2 3/8" deep.
  • Place the 2 3/8" side under TV's front. Place the low skid material under back of TV to reduce TV sliding.
  • Suggestion: Install child safety devices when children are not present i.e. asleep for the night.
  • Remember: No protective device replaces adult supervision.

Additional Information

Weight (lbs) 0.8400
Manufacturer TV Guard
UPC code 751724226916
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Brand TV Guard

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