I think the problem with my HD Prime is that Comcast has misclassified the cable that comes out of my condo dues. My condo association has always paid for cable TV, what we used to call "expanded basic" a few years ago. I looked at last years condo statement and we were paying at least $40 per month and maybe closer to $50 per month per unit. Will Comcast in all their stingy wisdom has decided to classify this as "limited landlord." The cost of true limited cable is less than $20 per month, maybe around $17, and it doesn't include many of my favorites, like ESPN, PAC12, MSNBC, AMC, Comedy Network, and a bunch other ones, basically channels between 29 and 69, and the HD version, and a few others. So Comcast cut off those channels, which my condo dues is paying for, and they also cut out the HD versions too! So that is why I think my HD Prime suddenly stopped getting those channels.
Isn't it funny how Comcast always seems to err on the side screwing the customer?
BTW, in the six years I have lived here, I have always upgraded the basic condo provided cable with digital, including converter boxes, DVR and lately the HD Prime. The HD Prime was working perfectly until they misclassified the arrangement with my condo association as "limited basic" instead of more pricey version.
Last edited by Mike777; 06-15-2014 at 05:33 PM.