Had a lightning storm last night, and I believe it may have damaged something. During the storm I heard a loud thunderclap with a lightning bolt, that sounded like it hit right where the dish is. When I turned on the receiver I was receiving a searching for sattelite signal on the SD CHannel 247, 209, and a couple of others. I didn't try past 249. I set up a record on one channel 209 (Tuner 2) and the signal is all over the place, and then tune to 247 and it is working fine on Tuner 1. I then swapped the RG6 from the backs of the two BB, and 247 (Tuner) is losing signal and (Tuner2) Channel 209 is working great. So this eliminates the receiver and the BBs, correct? Now, I have a Zinwell WB68 Multiswitch after that. I swapped the two 18v and the two 13V, but noticed no change in tuners. I also swapped the 18V port 1 and the 13V port 2, but noticed no change in signal meter. -By the way, The malfunctioning tuner is showing 50s and 60s on the 101, while the good tuner is showing High 90s. Before the storm, both tuners were showing high to low 90s. Is this pretty much an indication of a partially fried LNB? Or could a few ports on my switch have gone bad? I only have two Receivers plugged in at the moment (one a HD RCVR and the other HD DVR). Is there a way to get my DVR working on both tuner? even if I have to sacrifice the rcvr? Any recommendations, it is very hot in my attic today where the switch is located (90s outside) and jumping back and forth swapping cables is getting tiresome.