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Your DVD will be (or should be) connected to your TV using either HDMI cable, Component Cables + Audio, Composite Video + Audio or other A/V connection. Your TV remote will have an input selector that switched the source signal within your TV. This can also be called source selector. In any case, you need to push this button on the remote to rotate through sources (if only one button) or push the button labeled DVD, for instance to select the DVD inputs. Please note that only one type of connection should be used such as HDMI or Component, but not both.

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