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Lost remote on toshiba w528

I lost remote on a toshiba w528. Can I still select the input source like line 1 or line 2 w/o a remote??

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  • jfin79 Dec 28, 2008

    I the same problemcant select l1 or l2 without remote tried universal no success

  • Anonymous Mar 13, 2009

    SAme problem w/w522

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You can select those to record with out the remote by setting the record timer to record. For example, if you want to record from one of those input channels on Friday 1 January 2009 at 9:00 to 11:00, it will allow you to choose that as an input channel in that program menu. If not, you will want to buy a replacement remote. VC-522 is no longer available, but VC-617 and other models are.

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hi,
u can sellect input by following setup

1. Press INPUT. on remote
(A list of selectable sources appears).
2. Press INPUT again to select the input
source.
( An image from the selected source automatically
displays).
Each time INPUT is pressed, the input source
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If the image does not come in clearly from the external
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Quick Tip: Grab the original remote control for the TV or VCR you have plugged your Nintendo into, and look for a button that could be labeled:
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If the above tips did not help, it is possible your Input Select is a little more difficult to locate. Here are some other common ways to access an Input Select:
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  • Found within an on-screen menu. Search the menu for words such as Input, Setup or Source. Select one of these words, and another menu will usually appear that asks you to select between TV and either AV, AUX or Line. Select AV, AUX or Line to display the Nintendo game.
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