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Try pressing the "Input" button the front of the set. That should allow you to change between the different inputs. The return button usually returns you to the previous channel you were watching - don't think it works for the input though. Also, depending on the model of the set you have, try downloading the PDF user or owners manual - it will tell you how to use the remote.
If you can find old Handspring Visor or Palm III Pda ( usually5-20 dollars in trift stores/pawn shops/used gear shoppes ) there is/was a program for it called "omniremote" ( and perhaps others ) that you could draw the outlay of the particular remote and copy the IR-signals from a working remote, so if you could get those 2 ( one of the 2 PDAs , the program ) and borrow a working remote from someone, you could then record and rescue your remoting ability with the PDA. IT is usually good idea to "capture" any particular remote with this kin of setup before they die or get lost. DId this with my TV remote, and once the TV remote died, I could pull the PDA-omniremote recorded out and contiue using the TV like nothing happened. Just a thought,