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If no video or input button on the set it can only be done with the original/correct remote which will have the input type button on it.

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SOURCE: Programming AUX as a channel.

pick up a universal remote

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SOURCE: RCA model F27252GY TV has no Video button or AUX channel for DVD

try putting the tv on channel 00, that is where this tv apparently shows the input from at least one on the video channels.

Nancy

Posted on Mar 01, 2009

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RCA model F27252GY TV has no Video button or AUX channel for DVD


try putting the tv on channel 00, that is where this tv apparently shows the input from at least one on the video channels.

Nancy

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