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No S-Video out on AV1 source

MRD-510 surround sound, no manual. running video through S-Video to projector. Plays DVD and shows the video just fine, but when I have my Directv hooked up through the system, using RCA inputs, I can not get video to come out the S-video output. I can get video to come out the RCA outputs on the system, just not the S-video. I dont know if there is something I am just missing, or if there actually is something wrong.. Any help would be appreciated.. Thanks!

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I just figured it out right now. Press the "AUX/DI" button twice. When you push it once, it selects the "AUX" input and when you push it a second time, the screen will show that you've selected the "DI" input.

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SOURCE: Lost installation guide for Magnavox MRD 510 Home Theater System

Download MRD-210 User Manual as it might help you to hook up video cables properly. Connections between Tv and Homer theater is not proper in your case.

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