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I have an older RCA model F31672ET. I cannot get the video from my DVD player to appear on the tv. Unfortunately I do not have the remote. I have been able to use menu button on the front to get channel 2,3, 90,91, 92 and 93 to appear but none of them allow me to setup the player. I cannot get 00 to work. Can anyone help me with trying to get the video to work? Thanks for any help

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Hello,

Once the video is hooked up to the television properly, the only way you can get the video to show up is if you put the television on the AV channel.

Sometimes you can view the video from the television by searching the channels by going to the menu, select the search channel, select the automatic search. Once you have pressed the menu, you can navigate up or down and side to side by using the channel and volume buttons respectively.

If that does not work. You can get a VCR, hook it up to the television, then you put the television on a channel and search for the VCRs frequency. After getting the frequency from the search, then you can hook the DVD up with the VCR then connect the VCR to the TV. Then you can view the video from the VCRs frequency.

Another alternative is for you to get a replacement remote for your television.

Take care

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