Advertisements I moved my Premiere XL4 from the bedroom down to my office. That location had a TiVo DT connected to a cable box a month or two ago, but I traded it in for a Bolt Vox in the most recent trade-in deal. That was there for a while, but I decided to move it to the bedroom as I have a 4K tv there now. Anyway, I put the XL4 into standby mode and unplugged it last week, installed the Bolt Vox up there. Since then, something happened to the feed into my office. I set up the XL4 this afternoon, and got no cable signal to it. I tried putting the feed directly into the TV, but its digital tuner would only complain about low signals. I even rescanned for channels on the TV. I did get a flash of a channel once or twice, but that's about it. Tried a different cable line from the wall connection, and it didn't work for either the TV or the TiVo. I even switched the splitter from an older four-way to a three-way in the basement (since I don't use the 4th line), where the Fios signal comes from, and nothing. It's annoying because with the line as is, the MOCA connection to the TiVo is definitely working. I connected to the TiVo service properly, and I streamed from one of the other TiVos to the XL4 and it worked with Hi-Def videos. I would think that if the line is bad, it wouldn't work, but it just seems like the signal for Fios is blocked and/or the cable is damaged so that only some frequencies pass through. I still can't figure out what would have caused it to fail in the last week or so. Argh. Guess I have to redo that cable run, which was here when I moved in 11 years ago (as were the others). I haven't missed anything, have I? I mean, since both the TV and the TiVo don't get a signal, and I swapped out everything in between, except for the cable in the wall, it's the cable in the wall, isn't it?