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Sat, Sep 4, 2021 2:28 PM

Channel changes

Looks like we lost AntennaTV and also Grit?  Now we have two different stations carrying Comet.

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2 m ago

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2 m ago

I also lost both stations in Derby CT.

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Hi, @user_bde101 and any others seeking assistance. You can use this link https://comca.st/3twvu4p to view the channel line up in your area. It is possible that the line up was adjusted, so I would check here first. If you can confirm the channel is still a part of your package we can run through some troubleshooting steps, otherwise, it is possible the channel was removed/moved to a different tier. 

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Both Antenna and Grit are "digital subchannels" that are sent over the air by local affiliates, then retransmitted by Comcast.  The main stations change out which subchannel providers they contract with.   The stations might have just moved and Comcast needs to relabel and or renumber them.

According to Wikipedia WCTX (UPN) replaced Grit with Comet on their 59.2 subchannel. But WHPX  added it on 26.4 (formerly ION Shop).

Antennatv.tv says the are on Comcast 938, which is Fox WTIC's 61.2  Is that the station you were looking for them on?

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