Question about Televison & Video
Can't find how to change the input in order to use roku. it is connected to tv now and was used when it was connected by a cable remote but I can't find a way on the remote to change the source
Some of the old sets input/tv-video are only on the original remote.
If no buttons exist on the set you may be out of luck---One possible thing to try depending on age of set:
Some if you scan the channel button down below channel 2 you may find the input is on a channel for example 91-99.
Good luck and hope you get it working.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It sounds like the tact switches (on the control panel) are defective.....This usually happens after some one cleans the screen with a spray and it drips onto the board, Or they went bad on their own.
Posted on Dec 21, 2007
use the up/down channel until you get to the input you have connected. You did not say you had a remote so i am using the standard fix for this.
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
SOURCE: I am trying to install
Yes these are the same yellow white and red ports that you would use to connect your DVD player. I believe this television has one port in the front and one in the back. I might be wrong but I believe video 1 is in the back and video 2 is in the front. If you have tried video 1 and video 2 making sure you have pressed the video/input button to select the proper one after connecting your Roku then you have done everything properly. Make sure to try a different RCA cable to make sure it is not the cable that is causing the problem. Also try the Roku on a different television because if it is working on a different television with the same RCA cable then you'll know that it isn't compatible with this particular television.
Posted on Apr 13, 2011
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Connect the Roku box to your television in accordance with the procedure outlined in your Roku box's manual.
Select the type of network connection you have (wired or wireless) on the network screen, and provide the necessary information that applies to your network. Once a network connection is established, you should see the activation screen with an activation code.
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