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How do I change the TV to AUX mode in order to play DVD's or VHS's?

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Navigate your Tv input using remote control. You can see the aux mode and be able to change it

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Please tell me how to program the input button so I can connect a Roku

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GOOD DAY, CARL;

To change inputs on the TV, 90% of the time, it is done on the TV's remote control. Look for a marked button; 'video' or input. Press button to desired input. Other TV's have device/input buttons and will display on the TV's screen, scroll up or down, using the arrow buttons, once on desired input press the 'enter button.
GOOD LUCK, big IRISH. Come back with model number and I can be more particular, or e-mail me at [email protected].
Good Luck again.

Posted on Jul 15, 2008

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