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Use of Video/DVD player whist Set-top box plugged into SCART

When Set-top box is plugged into SCART, all 99 channels show Set-top selection. Video tuned into channel 6, only available when I physically remove SCART from TV.

Is this normal?

How do I use both without unplugging one?

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