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Model number F25432TX1

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I have this old RCA tv model number F25432TX1 and serial number 036526927 with some glink cable. I can see only a antenna input and how exactly am i supposed to use a home theatre system with my TV. I do have a comcast cable box.

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From your cable box you can use the audio outputs to port it through to your home theater system.

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