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Universal remote works for basics but won't change input

I need to set up a Wii in my son's room; it is an old Toshiba tv with av inputs on front panel.  The original remote is lost and I'm using an RCA universal rcr311st that works fine for television functions but I cannot get it to switch the input to "aux" so he can use the Wii.  I don't see any manual way to do this on the television itself. Is there any way to do this? Thanks Rich K

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Rich,

good day , what button can you see infront of your TV screen?

Not familiar with this model but if you'll manage to locate a button marked as "TV/AV" or "AV" press this button until it the display switch to A/V mode (audio/video). Or if this is a really old model, from Tuner mode or channel model. set the channel station to 1 then press the " - channel " button and see if it will change from tuner mode to A/V mode

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