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Old 03-24-2007, 03:09 PM   #1
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First it was the CW and The Tube now i don't even have fox listed on my HD list any more. I only have cbs, nbc, abc and MY TV 9 any one is Connecticut know whats going on
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Old 03-24-2007, 04:00 PM   #2
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First it was the CW and The Tube now i don't even have fox listed on my HD list any more. I only have cbs, nbc, abc and MY TV 9 any one is Connecticut know whats going on
Have you rescanned for the channels again? Sometimes that does the trick.

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Old 03-24-2007, 07:49 PM   #3
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yes i have alot of times, and im only getting the analog of fox.
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Old 03-24-2007, 10:58 PM   #4
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i scanned again but on my down stairs tv and it came in crystal clear, i bring it up stairs and i still only get the analog version of the station. also i checked on antenna web that fox is only 16 miles away form my house, and im able to get stations that are 40 miles away from my house, ODD??

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I have the same problem with FOX 61.1 on my Samsung 3251D, I get the analog version 61 but not the digital 61.1.It just started two days ago here in CT.

I receive digital 61.1 fine on my Dish Network VIP 211 and 622..

The are working on the towers,so it might come back.

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Old 03-25-2007, 09:32 AM   #6
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I have the same problem with FOX 61.1 on my Samsung 3251D, I get the analog version 61 but not the digital 61.1.It just started two days ago here in CT.

I receive digital 61.1 fine on my Dish Network VIP 211 and 622..

The are working on the towers,so it might come back.

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idk whats going on but last night when i rescanned again i got it but it doesnt show up on the channel list any where, i have to go to analog 61 then go to the tv guide that vizio provides and go over one and it shows up and i have to hit exit and i have hdtv for fox. its a pain in the ass. so if any one with a vizio has ever had a problem like this can help me out.
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FOX-61's digital signal has often given people fits because of faulty PSIP information. I'll bet that if you manually enter 31.1 or 31.3 on your remote control, then WTIC-DT will magically reappear...
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Old 03-25-2007, 08:14 PM   #8
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FOX-61's digital signal has often given people fits because of faulty PSIP information. I'll bet that if you manually enter 31.1 or 31.3 on your remote control, then WTIC-DT will magically reappear...
nope it doesnt. 61-1 shows up on my tvs guide, but it wont show up on the channel skip list, and it wont show up when im just flipping through channels. im able to watch it but its kind of annoying
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you have to manually enter 31.1 or 31.3 on your remote control keypad: scanning won't do anything for you!
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you have to manually enter 31.1 or 31.3 on your remote control keypad: scanning won't do anything for you!
yea it doesnt work.
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Old 03-27-2007, 08:11 AM   #11
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I rescanned the channels again for FOX 61.1 on my Samsung 3251D today and it's back....


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