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Proper hookup for 32'' Emmerson hdtv

Our tv was stolen and need to know how to hookup the new one (32" Emmerson). the old one was hooked up with several cables. I don't think I'm getting HD and I have to turn on and adjust the volume with the remote that comes with the tv instead of using the remote that comes with Dish DVR

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If you have a 625 receiver your no going to get hd from this receiver

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