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Check your antenna direction (antennaweb.org or tvfool.com are good sources for signal direction). When I lose channels, it's a digital signal that came in with "bad signal" strength and my external antenna has rotated in the wind. (Oddly another TV in the house doesn't seem to lose the signal as easily even though they share an antenna.)
Also check the weather conditions and time of day. I've gained distant channels when scanning near sunrise or sunset and lost others during thunderstorms.
you are doing well to have any channels at all as all the other people have lost all sports and movies so i would delete the channels that are scrambled and then rescan you must delete the scrambled channels before you rescan
you should not have factory reset when you lose a chnl delete the chnl then rescan you never need to factory reset you lose the flash or newest update you had installed reflash your box and delete the chnls that are scrambled only and then rescan
Did you rescan your stations yet? When they made the transition, many, if not most, TV stations changed numbers on the dial. Enter the menu on your TV and manually tell it to rescan the stations. This should resolve the problem.