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Can't get TV onto the AUX channel

I plugged in a DVD player to my TV (10 year old RCA model F25254GY), and need to put the TV onto the AUX channel to capture the signal from the DVD player. I don't have the original TV remote (using a universal remote now, from Time Warner Cable), and the TV has preset channels of only 2, 3 and 7. The TV used to go to the AUX channel if you hit Channel Down when you were on Channel 1, but now Channel Down from Channel 2 just loops back to Channel 7. i need to know what channel to use for aux to play playstation, most channel,s have 54-003

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Re: can't get TV onto the AUX channel

Do you have the correct scart socket plugged in this is usually a common problem easily sorted..

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