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How do i get to the aux channel on a Sansui TVM131AD

I want to play my video game on the tv but the aux channel comes up when you press a button key on the tv and i dont know which ones to press to get to the aux channel also i dont have a remote.
i'd all ready tried channel set up

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If your tv doesn't have an AV button either buy a all in 1 remote or a RF cable compatable with your game console and tune the tv manually as you would tune tv stations

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