Recently my SB300-100 has required entering a zip code prior to scanning for channels received via an antenna (coax input). Since then, some channels that all my other TVs, DT converters and USB tuners have no problem picking up show a "weak or no video signal detected" message. These include some stations received via translators that are on different channels than that of the originating station (example I receive 12-1 and 49-1 on local RF channel 20) and some so called minor channels of full power stations (example 13-1 is OK, but no 13-2). I suspect Slingbox somehow uses zip codes to determine stations that they think people view in the area. Does anyone know how to get around the zip code requirement so all available over-the-air channels scan in like they used to?
We understand that you have an issue with viewing your channels with your coaxial cable.
Here are a few articles that may assist you. Selecting digital (Clear QAM) results in fewer channels in SlingPlayer.
Hope this information helps,
Sling Moderation Team