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Cleveland locals HD vs. no HD???

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#1 OFFLINE   Tribester


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Posted 11 December 2006 - 01:57 PM

I will be moving to Sandusky Ohio in February and the DTV website says cleveland locals available but not in hd for zip code 44870...next town over (Huron 44839) says cleveland locals IN HD?!? What's up with that? I live in Chicago now (60532) and get my mpeg-4 locals with the at9 dish. If I pretend my new address is 44839 and pay my bills online would it work or would I be outside of the hd spot beam signal??? Thanks for any help/advice you could offer me!!!

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Posted 12 December 2006 - 12:29 AM

It might work, the worst thing that would happen is you wouldn't get them...I guess it's worth a try though...depends on how far you are from Huron...I'm sure wouldn't have a problem though..

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