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Recording to DVD on samsung recorder from dish network dvr

Can you tell me how to connect this set channels so That I can record a dvd from my dish dvr right now all i am getting is no signal errors

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Connect the "yellow, white , red) jacks from the Satellite to the same colored inputs on the DVD. If you use "Input 1", for instance, set the dvd to record on Input 1. Set Satellite to desired channel. Good to go.

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