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Connecting a Panasonic TV that come in on AUX

I recently purchased a Sony receiver to connect to my TV. I had it for a few months before I got around to installing it. I discovered that while the TV has an Aux, Video 1 and Video 2 modes, it comes in on Aux. The receiver doesn't have an Aux setting. Is there anyway for them to play together? Thank you.

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Put the signal into another input on the receiver. Any one will do except "phono"

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