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Can't get Video Picture

Checked with Dish have cables set up correctly. I'm trying to get a picture and can't find the input button on my Philips15'' Flat TV Serial Number BZ1A0405 277686.

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On that model, the input botton is marked "TV/VIDEO"

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Once we have everything connected correctly, check what channel or input yourTV is currently on by powering the TV off then back on and noting the channelor input that appears on screen when the TV is powered on.

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Respond with more details or try the suggested settings
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I can help you with your issue ,
 
 
There are a few buttons to adjust the picture size on different make TVs and even on the Cable/Satellite remotes .
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3.Size
4.Zoom
5.Wide
6.#
First look on the TV remote, set it to Full ,Fill or Just or 16 x 9 (whichever your model uses) Samsung uses the P size button ,
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And use 16x9 when if offers a choice.
Cable remotes use the # key as a zoom/size button.
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If I have helped you with your issue
If you have more questions you can still respond
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