Others who are complaining have already been confirmed to be in in problem areas, like behind a hill where the lower height of the temporary antennas affects them, the wrong side of their directional signal, or in areas further north or northeast where the signals for WSWB, WQPX and/or WPXN are currently stronger. None of that applies to your location in NJ.
You definitely should be getting WPPX and WPSG at your location, and you should at least be picking up something from WFPA if you're pointed at Roxborough since it has a Line of Sight path to the area, along with some others LP/CA's from Roxborough in the "good" range like WPHY/WTVE, WPHA, WELL and WPSJ. Try checking the UHF elements on your antenna and any of the connectors to make sure none of them got loose. It would explain why you're only getting the strongest of the "good" signals.
Last edited by KyL416; 10-11-2019 at 07:57 PM.