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Ive got a directv dvr box I want to run its on its side So.. is it okay to do it so long as I dont cover any of the vents?

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Ive got a directv dvr box I want to run its on its side So.. is it okay to do it so long as I dont cover any of the vents?

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Yes, it's just fine.

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Yes just keep the ventilation in mind, i would check it at first after doing that.
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