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What channel or setting(s)must I select to play a DVD from my DVD player onto the TV? It worked before, but I forgot how.(I lost my manual.) (Sony Trinitron KV-27HS420)

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Hi make sure the dvd player is switched on the on then make sure the leads are fitted correctly from the dvd player to the telly then get the telly remote and find the av button or the source button or a button with a small picture of a rectangle with an arrow running from left to right once you have found this button press it once then wait about 10 sec if you cant see the picture from the dvd press it again it all depends on how many inputs the telly has to how many times you may need to press it, if after doing this it still dont work then double check the leads and try again.

let me know how you get on or if you need further assistance ok

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