Question about Televison & Video
If you can use the channel buttons on the front of the TV the AUX or LINE IN channels are usually below channel 2.
You could also try getting any universal remote control that you have a book to with the codes or that has a search option for the codes, I actually saw a descent one at the Dollar Tree the other day that wouldn't hurt to try for a buck, or if you have cable, you could use the remote they gave you with the cable box.
Posted on Dec 30, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Is your remote programmed properly? If it is a universal remote, try setting it to one of the different codes for your brand. Sometimes the power and mute buttons and things like that are the same for all different types of a brand, yet all of the channel and volume things are different. If it's the remote that came with the TV, then I would try to get a replacement, as it could be faulty. Hopefully this problem is with the remote, and not the TV. Find if this is the case by using the volume/channel buttons on the TV itself. If they work, then you can be reasurred you don't have to call the TV repairman, and you will probably be able to fix this problem yourself.
Posted on Mar 16, 2008
SOURCE: I have a Toshiba SD-K860SU
You should use the component video input (which ever the TV has), you will get better pictures than the S-video.
As far as the remote control for the DVD, keep using the one that comes with your DVD player, Comcast remote does not always work, beside you get full function using the DVD's remote, that is how I use my DVD, same for the TV, Comcast remote my not be able to send out the signals to the ATV for selecting the input sources on the TV. Comcast remote is not a full functions remote.
Posted on Aug 06, 2010
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