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My Sanyo Tv wont play dvds without the remote

My sanyo tv hasn't played dvds since we got cable, unless you press the 'input' button on the remote. Problem is, the remote got lost. we've been looking for weeks and still can't find it, and we don't know how to play dvds until we do!

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    i have the same problem but xbox

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Yot can play dvd by connectind dyd in audio &video socket without disturbing cable. a/v wire comes with dvd socket is in your tv

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You need to plug the corresponding color cables into to outputs on your player I've circled above and then into the corresponding inputs on the TV. You've probably done this correctly.
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