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Look on the back of the tv, the sockets that various leads are plugged into will have names next to them e.g. SCART-1 or AV - IN or RF IN. Make a note of which socket is used by your DVD player, VHS etc. with the TV on, switch on the device you want to use, let's say you want to watch a DVD. Some DVD players send a signal to the TV and the TV will automatically switch to the correct channel. If not you will have to select the channel manually. On the remote for the TV, look for a button marked "AV", "AV IN", "INPUT" or "SOURCE" press this button and you will either see a list of possible inputs, in which case, choose the correct one for your DVD player - e.g. SCART-1. If you don't see a list, the screen should flicker, go black, blue or straight to the DVD player. Keep pressing the button until you get to the desired input channel. To go back to normal tv, press TV on the remote or you may need to press the input button a few more times - depending on your tv.
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