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Can't change video input

I bought a used Bell & Howell 13" tv. I have the remote but no manuals. How do I change the video input. I am unable to get satellite picture on this tv.

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  • kkileen Feb 23, 2008

    We've tried this solution and it didn't work for us. We do have the code for this TV and have been able to get the Directv remote to turn the tv off and on, change channels and it works the volume. There's just still lots of snow. I suspect there's a way to use the remote to change the input, but without the manual, it's anybody's guess.

  • kvibb Feb 28, 2008

    i can't change the video input on this tv

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On the directv remote on the top left corner there is a button that will say something (mine is faded due to two yearold thinking it was a chew of his) but put the remote in the tv position and push that button it cycles the tv through the video input ports

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TRY GETTING A UNIVERSAL REMOTE, AND CHANGE THE INPUT SETTINGS.... YOU MIGHT NEED TO DO A MANUAL CODE SEARCH SINCE IT IS NOT A COMMON TV MODEL.

Posted on Feb 21, 2008

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