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Hi there. Connect the player by means of a SCART cable.
When you activate the DVD, the TV recognises this and goes automatically into AV mode. About the scart cable: take a fully wired type. Then pin 8 is at least connected. This status pin makes the TV switch to AV mode. (toggles between 0 and 12V)
In some cases, it's only possible to connect the signals by means of RCA connectors. (red,black, yellow). Then it's more complicated.
You have to use the local "channel" buttons on your TV. Press the (-) button a number of times until you reach channels below 1. That's were AV inputs are active. Good luck.
I own a One-for-All universal remote (model URC-4220) , and my booklet says the setup code for an ESA TV ( without a built-in DVD or VCR) is 0171 or 0812. I can not guarantee these numbers will work with your remote, but it is worth a try.
The alternative choice, is to purchase the same remote that I have, which cost less than 10 dollars at Walmart.
I got mine off of game mode by using a universal remote. I had to type in a channel, (03) and it got it out of game mode, but I now have the problem of not being able to get it back into game mode so that I can use my DVD player. Good luck
You can always push "03" on a universal remote programmed to work your TV. A better solution is to connect the devices properly. You shouldn't use the tuner inputs for a VCR/DVD player, or you will get a poorer picture and no stereo sound. See the instruction manual for your player and TV. Use a stereo audio/video cable to connect them and select the proper input. The instructions will hopefully clarify this.