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How do I connect Apple TV to my TV

I only see one port in back of tv and my cable box is in that one

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    How do I connect a JVC DVD video player model XV-S302SL to a cable box and a TV


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    The first way. If your cable box has two scarts one will be label as tv and the other vcr or something similar. connect your Dvd player via scart to the vcr scart on the back of your cable box. then connect a scart from the cable box to the back of the TV.
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