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Hello i lost my remote now i cannot operate my tv and now i can't play game or wach moveis because it doesn't go to the input channel what do i do

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Looking at yr tv, i thk it is the same model i have...i don't hv the orig remote.go to the menu, shd see "set-up", as you manually press the channels2.3.4,etc you have to save the channel.you probably didn't have to chg 3/4 saved b/c normally cable is hooked up.you set up is complete you will be able to manually(push buttons)on t.v. - but i have since gotten a universal remote

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