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I have lost my remote for my sansui tvm1916a and i want to still use my dvd player, how do i change the imput? pushing the two buttons at once brings up a menu but input isnt an option

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Hi,

If your DVD player is connected to your TV with a SCART cable, your TV should switch to DVD input when you insert a DVD and press' Play'. If you are connected with a standard co-axial aerial cable (fly lead) this wont work and you will need to buy a SCART cable (or new remote) if you wish to continue using your DVD player with this TV.

Hope this helps,

Regards,
BElectric

Posted on Nov 16, 2010

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