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Toshiba back projector 43' how do i make the av

Toshiba back projector 43' how do i make the av work? i connect it 2 dvd but have no idea how 2 swich 2 av in the tv

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Look at what input you plugged the DVD player into. maybe AV1 or AV2

Now on your remote, or on the front of the TV, push input until it stops on the one that your DVD player is plugged into.

Posted on Aug 27, 2010

  • inbarbee Aug 28, 2010

    tnx dear... but there is no input 2 push, not on the tv or the remote.. i did plug the dvd 2 av1..
    any other idea?
    please...

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