Question about Televison & Video
Look for a button that says SOURCE, INPUT, or TV/VCR.
This unit is approximately 18 years old, and not much information to support it is out there.
If THIS IS YOUR REMOTE - it has all 3 buttons I mentioned.
Make sure the DVD is in the #1 Input, and hit each button until you see a picture.
Whichever button it turns out to be will scroll through the available inputs...
ie. input1, input2, input3 etc.
It should also give a visual on the screen as to which input has been selected.
If the input1 is selected, and there is nothing on the screen - chances are good that there is another problem. Try another input.
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Posted on Sep 06, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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