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Ok i have a real digital tv with dvd player iam aslo connected to a direct tv box and the tv is set on aux 1 now when i try to change channels i go to dvd mode and the remote doesn't work to turn tv on or off or change channels

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Hello,

does the buttons on the TV work? I mean the Channel, volume and menu buttons?

If the buttons on the TV is working, then it means the fault is either from the remote or the remote sensor.

let me know if the buttons on the TV is working, so that I can know what to do.

I look forward to your reply.

Bye for now.

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