Advertisements I'm gathering more data and suggestions for helping my parents troubleshoot their TiVo Bolt Vox. Unfortunately they are in Kansas, and I am in California, so I'm trying to get as many ideas as I can ahead of a lengthy phone call. They're using an OTA-only configuration with all their wiring indoors. Their antenna is in their attic, and traverses a surge suppressor, MoCA filter, and 2GHz splitter before reaching the Bolt. On the other side of the splitter is an ordinary TV in a spare bedroom and a Vox Mini. The Mini talks to the Bolt over MoCA. The TV in the spare room doesn't seem to have any problems with any channels. I haven't gotten signal strength information from this TV yet, so this might not mean anything special. For most channels, they have a signal strength of 72, which I understand is the highest strength a TiVo will report for an OTA channel. For *three* channels, which used to have a signal strength of 72, that signal is now around 36. Last night we tried a few things with one of those channels, 8-1, which, like many other channels in their list, has both their main channel and a translator available from my parents' location. One is on channel 8 and one is on 17. However, neither one of these worked. Both give a V53 error message. We've also tried a reboot of the TiVo, which failed to bear fruit. I haven't investigated the other two channels in depth yet, because I think it somewhat likely if I solve the problem for the main channel they're having trouble with, it's likely the same solution will apply to the other two. I'm going to have them try a power cycle next before going on to more troublesome steps. I found one other person reporting a similar problem that was cured by re-running guided setup, so I'll also try that if power cycling doesn't work. Then we might also try bypassing the surge suppressor, MoCA filter, and splitter one-by-one to see if something has gone bad. But I also wanted to see if anyone else had additional ideas.