Originally Posted by wajo
I think your answer is in this help file on Tuning Interference.
You apparently have a higher-numbered digital channel that's intefering with 29.1 and need to follow the "Map Your Own" solution in that help file?
It could also be a same-network analog channel?
Check that "A" machine for the E19 bug.
Well I read you help file and thought you had a work around, I would just setup the timer for the real
channel number of 29.1. Unfortunately it was physical channel 9(which has a channel 9.1 also on physical channel 9)
so when I did that of course it recorded 9.1(FOX) and not 29.1(MyTV).
Instead of playing around setting up dummy recordings I just tried to see if I could manually enter in a number to get me to 29.1, if I was already on different channel. Unfortunately I could not, the only way I found to get to 29.1 was by using the CH UP or CH DOWN button.
For example, if I was on 5.1 and entered 29.1 the tuner briefly displayed 29.1 followed by 29.2. If I was on 5.1 and entered 29.2 it immediately went to 29.2 and stayed their. If I was on 5.1 and entered 29.0 it briefly displayed 29.1 and then went to 29.2
I really think if virtual 29.1 was on a physical channel not used(for example channel 28) and I entered that number it would probably take me to 29.1, unfortunately that is not the case
Again for my daughter this is not the end of the world, since DVDRs are only SD anyway recording from the SD channel won't look much worse than the HD twin, too bad it had to be her favorite channel(Big Bang Theory, Everybody Loves Raymond, Two and a half men, etc.) things I wouldn't be caught dead watching but she adores
Oh we really don't have any analog channels left in our market, I don't think it even found any during the channel scan. She'll probably always leave it on the DTV mode.