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Connecting my DVD Recorder to Dish Network so I can record

We just hookied up to HD with DIsh network and I am able to watch DVD Movies on my recorder with no problem. I am unable to record something I saved on my DVR though. How do you hook it up so we can record something that we saved on the DVR? My email is taylor_debbie@sbcglobal.net thank you for your help
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If it is hooked up right to record as the program is on. Then make sure the input is set correctly, the tv should show pic from ext-1 the e-55 should be on channel 3. This should solve ur problem.

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