I have done a manual channel search this morning. I followed some instructions I found sometime ago, can't remember where! The process was: Start Auto scan, but cancel straight away. This is supposed to delete all previous channel info. Select the manual scan option and enter a channel appropriate to your transmitter. Set to search for DVB-T for a non-HD channels and DVB-T2 to search for HD channels. I am served from Winter Hill. My SD channels are: 62, 59, 58, 61, 55 and for HD 54. We also have a local MUX on channel 57. After the search is completed on a channel, save it and move on to the next channel. I did this for all but for channel 57, the local MUX, as the programming is rubbish and of no interest. I simply did NOT manually scan this channel. So I have now manually scanned all six channels, ignored channel 57, and saved them. When I check my channel list, all is as it should be. All channels present, 100% signal quality, no problem. However, when I check in the Channel Information via the WebIF, I see this: As you can see, channel 54, the HD channel is showing 0% for both signal quality and strength when the native Humax channel scan page says 72% signal strength, and 100% quality. I can view all four HD channels flawlessly. Also, channel 57 (local MUX) is also showing and I haven't tuned it in! To add insult to injury, it also shows that ch57 has 6 channels in the >799 range. The native Humax channel list does not show any channels above 799 at all! It is obvious mis-information as everything is working as it should be. It's just not showing right. Have I been misinformed about how to do a manual scan, and ch57 is 'left over from a previous rescan' perhaps? I feel I have read something about something similar happening to someone else, but my search didn't find it hence this new post. Thanks for reading.