|Originally posted by ejqly:
I solved my problem with wsvn. I turned off "acquire off-air guide" and now it works, though WSVN-DT is back to 8-1 and WPLG-DT is at 9-1. Oh well, at least it works.
Which receiver are you using that has "acquire off-air guide"? If an HD400, how did you disable it?
After initially working perfectly on WSVN-DT, 7-1, (FCC channel 8) my HD400 will now repeatedly only scan WWTU, analog channel 8 in Key West! (For non-Floridians, that is 150 miles in the direction opposite to where the antenna is aimed.) It will not show any of the WSVN digital numbers, and the keypad shows them as "unavailable".
The Key West station comes through the keypad as a header, but no audio or video. It does not show in the guide.
I have been in contact with Mitsubishi several times. Today, after three phone calls and consultation with Hughes, a high up engineer opined that my antenna is too strong! (My pre-cable antenna is 25 years old and has several broken and missing elements.) Tonight, I ran a cable through the house from another, better, antenna at the other end of the house. It gave the same result.
All other channels, including the other digital one, are OK. It does not make sense to me that the receiver could be responsible for messing up only one channel.
Any thoughts or ideas will be gratefully welcomed.
[This message has been edited by wjbjr (edited 02-12-2001).]