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I have a Digihome 19LCDVD911 TV and the remote will not work in DVD mode, why is that?

You can't play the DVD, you press play and it doesn't work, you press the left right up and down buttons to control and that doesn't even work.

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Do not know here but iam surmising that you have to go into menu and select DVD play then it should work ? maybe

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