Question about Televison & Video
How would i find an imput source or tv/video button
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
universal remotes are tricky, if you have the pamphlet, often times there are several codes for each brand. you have to try all the emerson codes for your universal even tho the power, volume and channel functions may work with several emerson codes, some of these specialized buttons (like input) may only work on your TV with one specific code.
also, if there are any unlabeled buttons on the universal try them with each new emerson code.
Posted on Feb 12, 2009
Using the buttons on the TV, go to the setup menu, and scroll to "edit channels" by pressing "setup" button until "edit channels" is highlighted. Then, using the channel up/down buttons, go to channel 91 and press + volume. This should add the video input to your channels. 92 is S-video. It is helpful to have what ever device (dvd player or game console) hooked up and powered on, so you know when you are on the right channel, but it should be 91.
Posted on May 30, 2010
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Hello, when remote control is not available, there are two options, first look if there is a source selector button, usually located in front of the TV. Next to the buttons that change the volume and chennels, the name of the button can be a source, AV, or video. A second approach is to enter the main menu is also located in front of the TV. See if it is possible to set one up direct connections by default. Unfortunately there are models that without remote control can not be transferred to another source. In any case you can always adapt a universal remote. I hope it was helpful! Please come back to me if you require further guidance.
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