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RTD170 Aux Surround

Recently i obtained a RCA RTD170 Home entertainment system without a remote, ive looked all over and cannot find how to switch the AUX1 or AUX2 into surround, is there any Menu/Button Combo i will be able to press to get this to work, thank you

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The manual for a rca rtd170 shows how to hook up the audio on the system for a sat. dish,but not for the video, how do u hook up the sat. reciver to the rca tv and rtd170 system?

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