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Input problem i do not have my remote control and i need to switch the input to video 4 so that i can watch my cable. the only thing i see when i go through the menus is select channels and a video one. how do i get it to acces videos 2 through 4?

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Hi there!
You will have to get a remote to do this unfortunately. Try a universal, it will be cheaper than a Sony Original. Good Luck, JUS004

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