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I cant figure out how to get my tv to worrk from the s video. In tv/video theres only component 1 and 2 and video 1-4.where do i find s video to run a lap top to it?

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The S video is usually located on Video 1. You usually have the option of using an S video cable or the usual yellow rca type cable.

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Hi! I will be more than glad to assist you. I f you are going to hook up your cable box - motorola to the sherwood receiver, connect an hdmi cable to the back of the motorola cable box, there is only 1 hdmi output there, then connect the other end to the sherwood receiver on the hdmi input, then connect another hdmi cable to the hdmi output and the other end goes to your rca hd tv.

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I hope this will solve your concern, if you have any question, u can get in touch..

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Yes this is flawed but for the most part it's good.

I hope this helps,

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