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Connecting my sr 5400 to the cables box with an s video cable

Hi , i just changed the 21 pier cable that connected my SR 5400 to the cable's box to a newer 21 pier cable which is a s video cable, i'm able to hear the audio but no visual, in my lcd screen, where do i connect the s video cable in the SR 5400?
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