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Tv will not receive any signal from remote

Replaced with new batteries. tv is set on chennal 3 and now i cannot change to s-video, video-1 or video -2

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  • Naren47 Feb 12, 2008

    All-though the remote does not work the problem is solved as i use the cable box remote to surf the channels. now I can play the nintando Wii, dvd and other aux source.

    Thanks for your problem solving suggestion

    Naren.

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You should be able to scroll down on the tv 's channel buttons to get to the s-video, video 1 ect. inputs. there may also be a video/aux/source button on the tv you can press.
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