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Topic # 111685 11-Nov-2012 20:53 Send private message

Not a big problem because I am not a big watcher but there is no Rotorua TV or Info TV on Tivo anymore - been missing for a month or 2 but thought i'd ask in case anyone has a clue as to why - still shows in my cannel list still has the epg but just a black screen when you select the channel.

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  Reply # 715561 11-Nov-2012 21:04 Send private message

Do you need to do a rescan of channels? Sounds like the broadcast frequency may have changed?

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  Reply # 715610 11-Nov-2012 22:48 Send private message

Seeing the same thing here. TV still receives these channels just fine, and I can't remember doing a rescan for a while. I'll fire off a recan on the Tivo tomorrow, and see what happens

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