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Input channel with no remote

So I have this tv and i can't get to the input channel ( only have universal remote not org) how to change the input to audio video without the remote?

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You should be able to select the AV input with an Input or Menu button on the front of the TV.  If there are no arrow keys the Channel and Volume buttons may provide up-down-left-right action.

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