Originally posted by JimP
Check with others in your area. It doesn't make any sense that you would only get some of the stations.
By the way, you mentioned that you changed antennas. What exactly did you do?
The 3510 is normally connected to a roof mounted YAGI, but I also have a plain indoor antenna (VHF rabbit ears and UHF loop).
When I first setup the 3510, I used the indoor and the 3510 found all the local HD channels, so I decided it was senitive enough to work for me. I then switched it to the roof-mount antenna and rescanned, with identical results.
Reception was fine for about two weeks, but last Sunday I couldn't receive a couple of stations. That's when I disconnected the power and rescanned and then swithed back to the indoor antenna and rescanned and generally just tried everything I could think of.
On Monday, I started calling all the broadcasters to confirm that they were up and that they didn't change their power output or their PSIP data or any other changes to their signals.
I also got my first HDCP message yesterday, even though it is connected to an HS20 DVI port which is set to Video GBR.
Today, I've gained back one station, picked up a station in Tolleson (which I never used to get because it is in a different direction than South Mountain) and I lost another station that has always had good signal strength. This 3510 is just acting flaky as hell.