Advertisements Hey All! My dad decided he wanted to cut the cord about a year ago. I've been a longtime TiVo user, with a DirecTV TiVo, a TiVo HD, and now a Bolt. We decided to get him a Bolt OTA. It has been a year of constant screwing around with this thing. It took forever to get an antenna that would work properly, when channels change frequencies it takes a month and several requests to get TiVo to update the guide...blah blah blah. Finally got everything where it needed to be and everything was working great. Suddenly, yesterday morning, all of the channels stopped working except for 3 that work fine (8, 12 and 45 here in Phoenix). All others are completely dead (3, 5, 7, 10, 15, 51, 61). Nada. I can't check the signal strength because the signal strength meter is borked (all channels, even nonexistent frequencies, show 37% signal and 0 peak). I guess the signal strength issue is a "known issue" with OTA receivers and TiVo Experience 4: Tivo Customer Support Community The antenna is fine, the TV can get all channels with no issues when running the antenna straight to the TV. So my question is, is this bad hardware, or is the software to blame? I can't help but suspect that if the signal strength meter component is screwed up that any number of things with the tuning logic could be messed up. But who knows?