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If you cannot reach the AV input mode by scrolling through the channel up down, nor is there is a source or TV/AV button on the set it self, then the news is bad I am sorry. You will need the remote to get AV inputs on this set.
You can get a new remote for the set from here for $1995. Plus postage. Note that it has the TV/AV button.
Happy to answer any questions you may have.
your line in or front RCA yellow/white/red cable input is usually defaulted to channel -1 and is accesible by either pressing the tv/video button on tv or remote or sometimes by scrolling down channels past 1
well there could be two things going on here that i can think of, one the scart lead between the dvd and the tv is not i properly vica versa for the dvd player, the other thing is the button which changes the av channels could have been pushed so simply push the button while the dvd os on and find the av channel, the button looks like an arrow going right hope it helps.
Had the same problem, channels would not stop scrolling.
It was as though someone had there finger on the channel up button.
Disconnected the sixth wire, starting with the black wire on the wiring harness for the front buttons, on/off, ch. up/down, vol. up/down, etc.
It works fine, no more unwanted channel surfing!!
Disconnect the front control board and see if that stops the scrolling. If it does, check all of the small tact switches or the remote sensor. If that does not help, you might have a shorted microprocessor IC.