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Wannabe Geek
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Topic # 81975 20-Apr-2011 22:03

I keep getting the same message everyday advising I have new channels & deleted channels.
I delete the message everyday (after reading) & the message comes back the next day just like Groundhog Day  arrgh!

I also have had all my channels deleted but not added (great!) & have to scan for my channels again.
This has happened twice.

Is anybody else having issues?

I have emailed tivo support & am waiting on an answer.

I have searched the net & geekzone with no luck.

I apologize if somebody has already covered this somewhere.

ps: I love my tivo! 

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Uber Geek
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  Reply # 461306 21-Apr-2011 13:50
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I occasionally get this message, not that frequently tho. Nothing seems to have changed on my channel line up. I suspect it's because I can received each channel twice, presumably from Waiatarua and Skytower, when one becomes stronger for some reason, TiVo wants to switch to it, and detects it as a new channel? No idea otherwise!


when you browse to add channels, does each one show up twice?
My list looks like...

ONE 538 MHz
ONE 530 MHz
TWO 538
TWO 530
TV3 570
TV3 562

All channels show twice except PRIME and MAORI, these are both 666 MHz

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  Reply # 461313 21-Apr-2011 14:04
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