Re: How do I change to the front inputs to play video...
There should be a button on the frame of the TV that say's input. or Source, Press that button until you have the game showing on the screen. Make sure the game is turned on before you start changing inputs..
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If the tv has a built in dvd player, you should simply be able to put a dvd in the drive and the tv will auto-switch to the dvd player.
If you have an external dvd player, ensure it is plugged into the tv.
On the remote you should have a button that says either "Source" or "Video"
Press this button until the video input your dvd player is plugged into is highlighted, then press "OK" or "enter" (some tv remotes have one button that highlights and also selects the input)
You may also press the "Menu" button and check in the "video" section if your tv supports "Auto input switching" This will allow your tv to automatically switch to whichever device (dvd player, game console) is turned on while the tv is on.
Please provide make / model of tv and possibly dvd player for further help.
Alan first off to fix your picture On the Toshiba remote you should have a button that says SOURCE or INPUT press that repeatedly till the picture comes back
Or you may have a button that says HDMI, COMP, or VID one of those will work depending on how it is connected to your tv.
As far as the interactive games you are talking about if they are plugged into the front or side of the tv then you need to use the same SOURCE or INPUT buttons to change to the FRONT or SIDE inputs on the list that comes up
There is no source button. The front of the tv only has Menu,volume, channel, and power. When u manually go thru the channels the AUX does not come up. I have this tv and have not found a solution to this problem either.
If you have lost the remote, go to any electronics store and buy a universal one. I have programmed many generic remote controls, and they all work fine for adjusting the video inputs. Not all television sets allow their video inputs to be switched without the remote. Most likely you will have to buy a replacement.
I hooked up a Pioneer DVD player to my TV and when I play a DVD the volume cannot be controlled by the TV. It just plays at one level and on the louder side. When I'm watching regular TV and the DVD player is on and playing a disc I start to hear the DVD soundtrack at the same time as the whatever I'm watching on TV. I should not be able to hear anything until I switch over to Video 1. Any suggestions?
first have the video recorder connected to the tv correctly,either coax out, red.white,yellow out, componant out or hdmi.[ see on back of the unit & the tv which connection you used.input selector is also known as video/source/line in or aux, sometimes even game. if there no such button on your remote, scroll down from channel 2 and you should be in some aux input.have the dvd playing,then you should see the video when you get to the right input.