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HI I HAVE A MXT SET TOP BOX, THE MODEL NUMBER IS MSTB202SD, AND AN OLD ANALOGUE SANYO PORTABLE TV WITH VIDEO AND AUDIO OUTPUT ON THE REAR AND FRONT OF TELEVISION, THE BOX WAS ORIGINALLY TUNED INTO THIS TV, BUT I STOPPED USING IT AND LOST THE REMOTE.....CAN SOMEONE TELL ME WHICH CABLES GO WHERE, ANTENNA, LOOP IN ETC., AND HOW DO I GET IT TO WORK AGAIN WITHOUT A REMOTE....ANY SUGGESTIONS WOULD BE GREAT....THANKS

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