Advertisements I hope someone can help me on this, I have had a long week of setup and calls with TiVo support, so far all to no avail. I have tried several locations and setups on the path to correcting this issue and have ultimately isolated my Bolt to using only the coax runs necessary (I have bypassed all other coax runs in my house to rule out unknown issues behind the walls). The Bolt can stream content from Amazon, Hulu and Netflix just fine. The Bolt receives all our local OTA channels fine with great reception. JUST NOT AT THE SAME TIME!!! Streaming always works, however, OTA viewing/recording only works when the Bolt is disconnected from the MoCA network. When watching/recording OTA content, as SOON as the coax cable carrying the MoCA network touches the connector on the splitter, the viewing screen goes black and NO channels can be received. Here's my current isolated setup: In Utility Room: Internet from ISP ==> PoE filter ==> 3 way splitter 3 way splitter ==> Cable Modem; MoCA Bridge; Coax to Bolt location At Bolt Location: Coax jack ==> 2 way splitter 2 way splitter ==> Bolt; HD Antenna (w/PoE filter) Have also tried the above isolated setup with moving the HD Antenna to the utility room location b/c one TiVo support tech told me I had to insert the HD Antenna signal into the MoCA loop, which has subsequently been disputed by another tech. It didn't matter anyway as the same thing happens. Both splitters are MoCA rated 2350 MHz splitters. I have swapped the 2 way splitter with another MoCA rated 2350 MHz splitter. The 3 way splitter was purchased specifically for the above setup, but the OTA dropping when MoCA connected issue predated the introduction of the 3 way splitter into the configuration. I am at a loss and am starting to think that I have a bad Bolt on my hands. Can anyone help me? Anyone at all?