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I have a Zenith TV its has three ports in the rear video/audio left right my cable jumper run out tv to dvd to cable hook up/dvd is playing threw the 6130 but the TV won't play with video/audio jacks hook from tv to 6130 hook up for DTV/CBL.Is there another port on the 6130 that the TV plays threw?

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Any audio/video in should work as long as your receiver is set to the same component as the cables are plugged into.

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