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Of course, that can only help if you have another box on your Whole Home DVR network that had Caller ID.
Of course Nexstar would say that.
Here we go again :(
You will need to use an off-air antenna until the corporation that owns those stations allows DirecTV to provide them again....
The networks control what's available via their OnDemand channels, not DirecTV.
Call DirecTV and ask about their Mover's Package. That can save you lots of money when moving to a new place.
The Genie DVRs have different software than the HR2x models, including their AM21 support software.
Attaches the same way.
Should not affect alignment if you're careful to not move the dish.
You're going to need to replace that dish with a Slimline or Trav'ler. MPEG2/SD channels are going away over the next several months.
The networks decide what's available via their OnDemand channels, not DirecTV.
That G3 dish won't work. You need an HD-capable dish, like the Winegard Trav'ler. Or set up a Slimline dish on a tripod.
That would be my recommendation. Who knows if the LCC will ever become an official product.
Take a look at the Satellite Signal reading menus for the various satellites. Which satellite & transponder numbers are showing a signal.
What's wrong with it?
The FCC does not allow providers like DirecTV to deliver an out-of-area network station, even if that station has technical problems.
Folks have reported in the DirecTV support forum that it's working again now.
Several posts in the DirecTV Forum at AT&T. DirecTV acknowledged the issue and are supposedly working to fix it. Who knows how long, though.
You should also check the other satellite signal readings when that happens again. Some clues might include zero readings on just odd or even...
No, that won't happen.
It could be any of those things.
What DVR/Receiver model numbers do you have? Do they all do this?
First thing I would do is check your...
Yes, that's the new policy. Crazy, huh?