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TVs turn on in the last screen they were turned off. Try switching screens using the remote control. If the dvd screen keeps coming back, try pressing or tapping on the manual key located on the side or bottom or back of the TV panel. Sometimes this key gets stuck up. If this does not work, try unplugging your home theater and turn on the TV. Most TVs automatically switch to DVD when they sense signal from HDMI cables.
ok i bit confused to your problem, is it switching on it's own and is it always to AV2, or is it when you use the remote it switches over?? they should be a source button on the remote which allows to switch between connection modes. best regards
It sounds like you aren't cycling fully. It sounds like you are on the TV (RF/Cable) input, then you switch input to Component 1 (for your DVD) and watch the DVD, then hit the input selector again, switching it to Component 2...you need to keep switching the input until you are back on the TV / Cable input.
Make sure the video connector between the DVD player and the TV is pushed all the way in. If that doesn't help, try switching video cables (if you don't have any extras, they are REALLY cheap). Then try switching DVD players (if you don't have or want to buy another, just borrow someones).
If it isn't the DVD player, it's the TV. Assuming everything else is working (regular TV is in color) you should be able to fix it by changing what video plug type you use (IE: switch from S-video to component or HDMI).