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Changing the channel to av without a remote

I havent got a remote for this tosumi tv and cannot change the channel to av. is there anyway to change the channel to av without it?

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I dont know if you tv has this sertting but click menu usally 4 times and it will bring u to a page wich might say channel or something else and u can chane the channel by using the volume buttoms this worked for me and i can put it onto av1 av2 av3 and av4

Posted on Jan 03, 2009

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I did the same and i tried holding my menuer button (on the tv itself) and that actually worked, it brung up the av menu

Posted on Jan 10, 2010

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