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My input from the universal remote will not let me go down to setup for movies but working with to change channels and off on on the t.v. itself need to switch to video mole

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You can a try another universal remote(some work wonders, others no so), or look through google, and you can find a replacement remote for your TV.

Posted on Jan 25, 2008

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SOURCE: Can't change our Panasonic TV channel to watch DVD input

Buy a 21 way scart.This will have an 'AV' enable connection built in. After fitting, turn on the TV, then turn on the DVD player. It will automatically enable the DVD through the scart socket.

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SOURCE: Universal remote works for basics but won't change input

need remote codes to program remote for toshia tv and a philips tv

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SOURCE: Can't find the input/video channel for my Emerson TV

universal remotes are tricky, if you have the pamphlet, often times there are several codes for each brand. you have to try all the emerson codes for your universal even tho the power, volume and channel functions may work with several emerson codes, some of these specialized buttons (like input) may only work on your TV with one specific code.

also, if there are any unlabeled buttons on the universal try them with each new emerson code.

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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.

Posted on May 28, 2009

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I have a Sharp TV model LC-32SB24U. I cannot access the menu screen because I lost the remote control. Is there another way I can change channels without a remote?


The Sharp LC-32SB24U has menu, input, volume up/down and channel up/down buttons on the top of the TV. When you access the Menu using the buttons on the TV, the Input button is the same as the Enter key. The volume up/down buttons map to the left and right arrows. The channel up/down buttons remain up and down. The Menu button is the closest to the power button (on the right). The volume buttons are the ones on the left.

Make sure that the input is set to TV to change channels. Then you need to program the available channels, access the Menu and navigate to Setup (left/right arrows). Press Input to enter this sub-menu. Then use the Up/Down arrows to select CH Setup. Press Input again to enter. Now you can set the channel source and let the TV scan for channels that have a strong enough OTA signal or are unencrypted cable channels. These are the top two options in the Channel Setup menu. The details are available in the manual which is available here: http://static.highspeedbackbone.net/pdf/Sharp_LC37SB24U_LC32SB24U_Manual.pdf . For OTA channels, you may need to check the signal strength under the Antenna Setup - Digital option in this Setup menu. OTA Digital signals will not be tuned in if the signal strength is low. It's an all-or-none tuning; amplifiers and external antennas may help. See tvfool.com for details of transmitters and the recommended antenna for your area. (Warning: damaged amplifiers can become filters and block the signal on some channels. Replace the amplifier if it is damaged.)

If you look to replace your original remote with a universal remote, you'll need one that was programmed more than 6 months after the TV was released. That may be 12/2005 based on the manual copyright date. Look for a remote that has a Menu and Input or Source button and check all of the codes to find one that matches all of the features on your original remote. Amazon has an OEM remote for the LC-32SB24U; remotes.com also has a replacement remote available that has been programmed for the TV. (On remotes.com, search for the LC32SB24U.)

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Oct 26, 2015 | Sharp LC-32SB24U 32 in. LCD TV

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How do i manually program my channels on older tv without a remote


Nothing you can do without the original remote. One cannot get into the setup pages. Replacement remotes usually don't work on this point either. They are missing this special setup button. In order to watch DVD, VCR, connect them with a SCART cable. When you switch on the player, the TV will detect this and go automaticaly to this input. If connected with RCA plugs, you can choose the input with the program Up/Dwn buttons on the TV set itself, going "lower" than channel 1.

Jan 04, 2014 | Philips Magnavox 20MT133S 20" TV

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How do i change the input on my emerson ewf2006 tv without the remote? i dont have cable or sattelite or an antenna, so i wanna use my ps2 game system to watch movies for now til i get cable. cant do that...


There is one way to try. I would have your playstation connected to the A/V of your TV. Power up your game. Now try tuning your TV to channel 3 of course. Now, press channel down on TV a few times...You may get an input. I'm not sure if this will help, but try anyway. If this fails, you need to purchase a universal remote with an input selection. I recommend a Philips remote. TV remote model # SRP 1003/27. This number is located just left of the universal price code. I found this remote as one of the best. Thanks for asking and show a few hands of support!

Feb 28, 2011 | Emerson EWF2006 TV

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Sanyo TV 27 inch stuck on Video mode. It reached this mode by me pressing the input button on my (GE) Universal remote, not knowing it would put it in Video mode and then accidentally pressing enter to...


Universal remote alway work only the basic for the tv.Beyond that will have problems or stuck in some input or modes.Sorry i can't help u, because i don't know what is the reaction to ur tv by the universal remote,must use the universal remote again tries all the buttons like video modes or input botton.Or take the battery out like 20 mins of the universal remote to erase ur tv codes enter it again.Tries those buttons u pushes before,see if u can get out the video mode.All else fail.Try website like Remotes.com to buy the tv original remote to use.

Jan 20, 2011 | Sanyo DS31520 31" TV

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The tv that i have is a old model and does not have a hook up for a dvd player so i bought a s video cord but i don't have the remote for the tv to switch it to video so do i have to buy a converter


Maybe. What tv do you have? Does it have any buttons on the tv itself (other than the power button)? (Some older TVs reached the "change source feature" by scrolling up (past all channels) or down (below channel) with the channel up/down buttons. Unfortunately if you can't reset the channel skip list from the TV itself, this may not work - if that source is currently skipped.)

You may be able to get a replacement of the original remote or a universal remote that has a compatible source/input button code. (This may take a higher end universal remote.) Try remotes.com for a direct substitute remote (search on the tv model without including the brand).

If neither of these suggestions work out, then you should consider the RF modulator (video to RF converter) and setting the TV to channel 3 or 4, as needed.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells
(if you provide the model, I'll check my pile of manuals to see if there was a channel down/up option for changing the source. I can also check if remotes.com has a compatible remote for you.)

Sep 17, 2010 | Video Game Consoles & Games

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Hooked dvd player up to my olevia tv and don't know what channel to set tv on to watch video. checked all the channels - can't find movie. do i need to change a setting?


U setup ur DVD player in what format?Set it up with a one cable call HDMI?Or u use a RCA cable YELLOW.RED,WHITE to hook it up.The movie play,u push the button on ur remote said INPUT go down INPUT said 1,2,3 so on.If hook it up right the movie,should play in one of this INPUT said 1,2,3 so on.

Apr 02, 2010 | Olevia LT27HVX 27 in. LCD Television

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Auxillary mode!


I'm sorry, but you need the original remote or a universal that will activate the input on the tv.

Dec 15, 2007 | Sansui COM312AD 13" TV/VCR Combo

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Video input


If there is no input button on the tv itself to change the input then you will most likly need a remote. so you can get a universal remote and follow the instructions to adapt it to your set then you can use it to change the input. (you can get a universasl remote for like 10$) hope it helped

Aug 24, 2007 | GE 31GT660 TV

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Lost remote to 27in rca tv, how can i switch my tv to input/output mode so i can watch movies on my dvd playter? i have a rca univeral remote, but it will not change my tv to input or output.


using the menu button on the t.v. set an alarm for 1 min in the future. have the t.v change to channel 00 or the input channel @ that time. turn off the t.v and wait until the alarm turns the t.v on.

Aug 11, 2007 | RCA 27F534T TV

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