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Can't Change Inputs on TV

The control buttons on TV & remote control aren't working. A DVD was stuck in the TV DVD player, but we took it out. Now the TV is stuck on DVD mode.
Please help.

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  • Anonymous Feb 21, 2008

    TV or the remote will not change inputs.

  • loochi87 Jan 12, 2009

    Exact same problem...the DVD menu show, but nothing can change. Can hear noise coming from the DVD area (spinning sound), but stuck on menu. Remote works to turn TV on/off, but nothing else. HELP!!

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Make sure that your remote is on the tv cotrle mode rather than the dvd control mode

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