I have a current Whole Home setup that has run fine, by and large, for over a year. However, I have one problem that crops up, that seems to occur only when the power gets interrupted to the power inserter and the HR24 which is connected to it both via coax and by sharing the same electrical circuit. Here is my setup: I have a SWM8 module sitting outside the house. I have a slimline-5S disk. Connected to the SWM are the following: HR-21 HR-22 Broadband Adapter Power Inserter which also connects to an HR 24. The HR 21 and 22 have DECA adapters. The HR 24 does not. The problem I have is that when power is interrupted to the circuit that powers the HR 24 and power inserter, when the power is restored I get an error "Searching for Satellite on Tuner 2 - error 771". It is not a satellite problem since both the HR-21 and HR-22 work with both tuners just fine. In the past, fiddling around with the Power inserter and the HR 24 (basically unplugging and rebooting, sometimes resetting) has eventually corrected the problem, but yesterday the problem recurred and this time, nothing has been able to correct it. I got the HR 24 to function by setting it up to use a single tuner, but have a service call scheduled for tomorrow. My question (and I suggest this without understanding why this keeps happening and why this might correct it) is, would it be possible to use one of the vacant SWM ports and connect it directly to the HR24, leaving the power inserter to JUST function to power the system. Why this might work I don't know, but I note only that a) the other two DVR's function fine and are NOT connected directly to the power inserter, and b) every other time this problem has arisen it has turned out that there is no problem with the second tuner itself or with the HR24. So, if there is some strange interaction between the power inserter and the HR24 (perhaps some grounding problem or something) wouldn't make sense to ask the service tech to hook up the HR24 directly to the SWM and see if that solves the problem. Thanks for any advice.