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CONNECTIONS How to record on hard drive from tv. Better yet how to connect LG LRH-880 80gig hard drive to HD sharp tv correctly. New at this, thankyou in advance.

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First of all you need to check if your TV supports recording. Some 2010 models do and most 2011 have it implemented. Look for stickers or logos such as:
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