Question about Televison & Video
You probably need to find a Source or Input button or menu item. Change the source from TV (if that is your current source) to A/V (or composite video). Depending on the model, there may be a source/input button on the TV. There will always be a sourc/input button on the original remote. If you are using a universal remote, you may need to try a different code to get the function to work.
On a few TVs, you can find this in one of the sub-menus. However not all TVs let you change the source in the Menu system.
I hope this helps. Please add a comment with the model of the HCI TV and whether you have the original remote or a universal remote to control the TV if you would like me to find the specific information for your TV.
(For example, the HCI RM22 III remote has the input button on the left side just below the power button.)
Posted on Dec 21, 2016
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