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I cannot switch the tv to video mode to watch dvds on a dvd player i bought separately for the Broksonic CTGV-5463TCT TV

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Try seeing what channel is between the lowest channel(2) and the highest. scroll to ch 2 and go one more. most tvs will go to 'video' or 'aux'. that should get your dvd signal.

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