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I want to run my DVD player through my DVR player.

I hooked my DVD plug in's, (red end, yellow end, and white end), to the input jacks on the back of my DVR. I do not get an input signal or either I am not looking in the right place to get the signal. Any tips or is this a possible scenario?

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Dish network receiver only have outputs. There are not any inputs on the receiver that would allow this but if your dvd player has an iput source you could run the Dish receiver to it and then the dvd player to the TV. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news. Thanks for using FIx Ya and let me know if I can further assist you.

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