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DVD Player I have a DVD player hooked up to the TV. But I dont know how to switch the tv to the video ouput for the dvd player. someone gave me the tv but didnt have the manual. How can I get my DVD player to work???

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The remote will have an input button on it, this will put it in video mode. Many stores sell RCA / GE replacements, just make sure it has the input button.

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