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How to connect a PS2 to a TV through a Hughes Direct TV box

My TV doesn't have an audio and video connection outlet for a dvd or other accessory input except for the hughes direct tv box which is connected throught the antenna port, so I want to know if I can run it through the hughes box to the tv and what to press on the remote get it to work ...

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Unfortunately you cannot run a ps2 or any other device through the receivers. take a look at the tv may have inputs on the front or side of tv where you can use red/white/yellow cabling OR take a look at what type of cabling your tv does support and go from there. hope this helps.

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