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Sanyo mts 25580 switching from channel to video

How can I switch my sanyo to use the rca jacks?
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SOURCE: unable to get remote to switch to tv/video RCA remote tv is sanyo

It took me forever to figure it out. Press the input key, just below the 9. The TV channel should be on 3. Make sure you put your DVD in and press play manually, so you can see that it is on.

Hope that helps

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