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CogecoClick on the TV button near the top of the remote. Click on the video source button on the bottom left corner of the remote. Using the arrow keys to highlight/select the inputyou want. Some televisions may require pressing the source button multiple times to change the inputs.
Televisions, AV receivers, soundbars and other home electronic devices switch ...Devices with toggle (or cycle) inputs have a single button on their remote that ... In the below example, you would press the Source button to bring up a list of ...
You'll need to switch the TV into Video mode. Most TV sets will have a button on the front panel labelled "input" or "tv/video," and pressing this button will cycle through the various inputs your TV has.
Alternatively, this button may be located on your remote control.
Rarely, no button exists, and video input is selected by changing the channel below channel 2; as if you were trying to select channel 1. This will select the video input on sets without a separate input selector button.
try this,press manual buttons on tele as if you are changing tv chans ,if you do this thru all mem chans on tele you should come to one that changes to video input this has worked for me on other televisions.
you should have an input button. if so press the button until you get to the input that your dvr/vcr player is on. if you do not have a input button got to the menu button and you should be able to change the input thru the menu.
On the control panel of your television you will find the input button, depending on the type of hook-up you are using for your video connection to the television.You must switch the modes with the onscreen display until you find your type of connection. You must turn on your video devise to have a signal input. Hope this helps you with your problem.
First make sure the audio (red &black) and video (yellow) are plugged into their respective color matching inputs on the TV monitor.
Second either using the TV remote contol or TV's builtin control panel set the tuner mode to video. Depends on which TV's input terminal you connect the DVD player; that's where the Video mode has to be assigned.
For example: if you connect them to video1, set the tuner to video1. changing the channels up or down will never set it to video mode. You must press video button to change the tuner from regular channel mode to video mode.
Sounds like it is changing to another video mode that has no input so the screen is blue. On many tv's the channel buttons also act as video input button. This should happen with the buttons on the tv. If you are using the the remote I am not sure why it is acting like a video input button. Try changing video to tv with one and changing the stations with the other. I take it you are watching antenna tv and not using cable box or satellite. If this does not work and you have old vcr just use it as a tuner to change your channels.