Advertisements Your channel list will NEVER be cleared; in fact, it will continue to grow as they try to include every single remote low-power translator throughout the whole State of New Mexico. As far as we can tell, TiVo is now trying to maintain just one single channel lineup for all OTA users in any specific DMA, and EVERYBODY in that DMA has to suffer with it. New Mexico is primarily just one DMA, with a slight overlap to a couple of other DMAs around the eastern and southern borders (e.g. Amarillo and El Paso areas). Your only option is to go into the channel list and make sure only those channels you want to use and see in Guide have a check mark next to them, and none of the other channels. Then every time you get a TiVo message that another channel was added because somebody in Lordsburg, or Tucumcari, or even Drango asked to have their lineup fixed, you will have to go back to the channel list and UNCHECK the new bogus channel you will also have in your lineup. I have suggested a way for TiVo to fix this issue and go back to allowing the channel scans to find and add the actual channels that you can receive, but even if they find my ideas to have merit, I kind of doubt they will ever implement them. It is just too late; once they completed the Rovi change with the huge messed-up lineups containing the hundreds of bogus channels, the only way they can fix it is to gut the channel lineups and then tell all customers that they must re-do guided setup - I just do not see that ever happening.