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I have 2 Tivo HD XL boxes with CableCards and I receive all channels one one box but am missing channels on the other box.

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Missing channels are a sure sign that your CableCard is not paired correctly or is defective. Sometimes, the issue can be as simple as a clerical error, where the serial number of the CableCard was not entered correctly into your cable provider's system. Call your cable company and have a tech come out to take a look at your CableCard configuration.

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