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1992 RCA color trak tv

Cannot find an AV button to play WII game systom I do not have original remote and I have Dish network HELP!

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  • davidjfinits Jun 20, 2008

    1992 rca colortrak tv. I have the orignal remote but cannot find any a/v imput heading in the on screen set up menu

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Rca used channel 91 as the a/v input on my 1990 colortrak,yours should be the same.

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You need the TV remote to access the menu so that you can switch the TV to the audio/video source.

I am assuming you are using a universal remote, but most of those will just give you control for ON/OFF, channel & volume.

You need to access the setup menu and you can only do that with the original remote.

Maybe you can find a used exact replacement remote on Ebay.

Please let me know if I can be of further assistance to you.

Good luck!

- Jim

Posted on Feb 18, 2008

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