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I got the switch hooked up and got picture but i dont have a remote to do the code for the screen to play all the time what can i do besides keep this switch hooked up i would like to permanatly keep it working

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Hi,

The only solution to the problem is that, you will need to get a remote for it.There is no other way to operate it.

Take care.

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