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How to set inputs in Mitsubishi CS-35405

I used to have an input for my satellite dish, DVD player and one for the VCR. My DVD player input has disappeared for some reason and I do not how to set it back up. I cannot find my manual. Can someone please walk me through how to set up inputs on the TV?

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My cs-35405, only has input 1 and input 2, but has ant. A and ant.B So there are really 4 inputs. The input button on my remote, gives choice of these 4. Any vcr, dvd, cable or cable box, and satellite would be hooked seperatly on these. But to record TV, satellite or cable would need to go to recorder first and then toTV.

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