I had the same problem. I hooked up the DVD player and then got into the set up. I used the add/erase feature to go through all of the channels. At channel 91, I saw the logo for the dvd player. I added that channel and now the dvd player works.
Depending on the model of the tv, you could scroll ch dn past ch 2 and you should cycle through your inputs. if that doesn't work try holding down the two vol buttons on the tv. that could access the menu for the tv
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If you have its remote control, it will input option buttons like AV/TV etc. Press it to select correct input. If you do not have its remote control, Check whether there is a 'Menu' button on the front panel of the TV. If yes, get into its Menu; surf through; come to input selection window, and select the input to TV there.
You are trying to connect the TV by AV setup. You have to select the input selection to TV to AV. If the TV have a Menu button on its front panel, you can enter into its menu options, surf through, and select the input selection window. Here you can select input to AV. If there is no 'Menu' button on the front panel of the TV, you can'd do this selction. You must have its remote control to select this option.
The front panel lock can only be unlocked with the remote. Press Menu, then Ch+ or Ch - to select Preferences. Press Ok then use the Ch+ or Ch- buttons to highlight FPA (front panel) lock. Then use the Vol+ and Vol - buttons to select On or Off. Then press Menu repeatedly to exit the menu system. With the FPA lock disabled, you can turn it on from the front panel of the TV by pressing the Menu button. However, with the lock enabled, you can only power off the TV from the front panel.
Since the Input button is also only on the remote, if you look for a universal remote, choose one with both Menu and Input or Source functions. Then try all the RCA codes until you find one that makes all of the remote functions work. The original remote is: RCR130TA1 . A substitute remote that should match all of the functions is available here: http://remotes.com/remotes/servlet/rs?a=Search&o=c&uid=0&m=20F420T&uuid=13004957447460 .
pls use panel menu key prees and select tuing menu and see display in ASM [auto serch memory] select ASM befor ch.no set is "0" and select ASM .
use panel ch+ ch- is up and down select key is v+ and menu key is menu next page
I'm assuming that you do not have access to the remote for the TV. If you do, you can simply press "INPUT" on the remote.
If you have no remote, try this: Press the "MENU" button on the TV. Press "CH Down" until "Channel" is highlighted, and "MENU" to select it. Press "CH Down" to highlight "List and Labels", and "MENU" to select it. Press "CH Down" to go below channel 1, you should see "FRNT" displayed. Press "MENU" to get out of the Menu system. You should now be seeing whatever is plugged into your front connectors.
Simply pressing one of the channel buttons will switch back to normal TV mode. I could find no faster way to access the front connectors without using the remote.