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How do you get to the auxillary channels or the channel where the DVD player or video games would go? I have a DVD player hooked up to the TV, but it only goes from channels 2-69 with no auxillary/video channel or button.

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  • cp3fromdaupt Jul 10, 2010

    By the way, i have a universal remote that i bought from radio shack. It does not have an imput button.

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Do you have the original remote? If you do, you need to press the input button (on the left below 7 and above the DVD controls). The external device must be on before you scroll through the available inputs. Unfortunately, I'm not sure if the OnScreen Menu has an option to toggle the Input (since there is a Menu button on the TV it would work around the issue).

A substitute remote that should access all of the TV features including the Input is available here: http://www.remotes.com/remotes/servlet/rs?a=gmi&smodel=32V420T&brand_pn=RCA_32V420T&mode=large&uuid=12787350637590

I hope this helps.

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