Can I record my movies on DVD to an external hard drive then connect that to my dish network vip722k DVR to create a home library of all my movies?

Answer You can ask for anything. If the landlord approved the dish at some point, he can't now ask to have it removed. If he did not give permission, then he probably can.

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