It seems your pictures were not approved. Can you try to reupload them?
They still do not show up correctly. No worries, I'll reach out to a forum admin to get them approved.
Yes, they are visible. One of your upstreams is border line and all of downstream power levels are too low. Are there any splitters or attenuators on the line?
I believe there is only one splitter on the line.
Full Details on my wiring:
When I moved it to this house 2 years ago Comcast dropped a new line from the pole and connected it to me via an existing underground line. My neighbor's landscaping crew later cut that line and it had to be replaced about a year ago. So I should essentially have a new line from the pole to my house. Once inside the house it hits a splitter that is connected to a coaxial cable that is wired in my walls. The house was built in 1998 so the coax in the walls could be as old as that. I don't believe it hits any splitters from there to the modem.
There isn't a wall plate before the splitter but there is a wall plate after the splitter.
So it goes: Pole -> Splitter -> Wall Plate -> Modem
None of the cables are more than two years old except between the splitter and the wall plate.