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Help I have a toshiba ct 9951remote control and im trying to install pip in my tv how can i do that

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Greetings Giselleriver,

Since you have the CT9951, I can only assume you have a CF27H50, CF32H50, or CF36H50 TV. You just need to make sure you have your video sources (i.e. VCR/DVD/Cable Box) connected to Video 1 or Video 2.

Once you have your video sources connected if you press the PIP button you should have a small screen that appears in the upper right hand corner, if you press it again it should grow slightly. To change whats in the window you should be able to press the SOURCE button, and if you want to exchange what your watching on the main screen the SWAP button should exchange the images.

If your not use one of the listed TV's and your unit doesn't come with the PIP feature, you can't install a PIP feature.

Happy Channel Surfing.
Jon
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