Advertisements I live in the Rochester, NY area. I just converted to a new Spectrum cable plan from Time Warner cable because it is going to save me about $16 bucks a month. The day I was switched over, my tuning adapters no longer worked. I called Spectrum support and was told that tuning adapters and cablecards were no longer supported by Spectrum. (They also told me that I could not switch back to Time Warner.) I asked to speak to a supervisor and he told me the same thing. He was in the process of trying to help (but it wasn't looking good) when I got disconnected. I then called the Time Warner cablecard support number I have used in the past. Luckily they still have access to the system and were able to get my equipment back online. My understanding was that cablecards have to be supported under FCC rules. There is some confusing information out on the Internet but it does appear that the rule is still in place. I'm not sure how spectrum support and even a supervisor can say cablecards are no longer supported when the law says the opposite.