Originally Posted by JHBrandt
As for finding the bad station, it's easier if the time is wrong. Just tune to each station and check the time. If it's wrong, that's the bad one! (For example, in the DFW area, I find channel 31 is off by over an hour.)
The same thing should work for the date, but since its time is correct, I guess you'd have to check the EPG on each station to see if the date is off.
Either way, most of your stations should be correct, so just avoid leaving the HW tuned to the bad station once you figure out which one it is.
I'm not sure my system is acting as should.
I can check the date/time on every channel, leaving it there for 10 mins and it never changes.
The time is correct but the date acts as if not set by the station otherwise all channels in Atlanta area are off the date, which I dont believe.
I think I might have to downgrade my firmware. So far I haven't seen any comments on my posting that my firmware did not have a version like previous postings, but has a date/time stamp as the version. I'm wondering if this has something to do with.