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<pre wrap="">You can usually determine which 'input' was used, either from the
filename of the recording or, depending on which version of MythTV you
have, using the 'i' twice method as mentioned by others. Associating an
input with a specific tuner depends on how you configured your
inputs/tuners. I have six tuners (3 HDHRs), and I configured each on
it's own input, so I can easily determine this kind of thing.
That isn't working here, apparently because of the Theme I
selected. I'll further my journey into learning basic programming
with the line John suggested. :)<br>
<pre wrap="">Another approach is to select each tuner in live TV mode and see which
one is wonky. For HDHR tuners, you can use the hdhomerungui application
and check each tuner to find which one is bad. For me, it usually is
the wall wart power supply that needs replacing.
Thought of that; really hate to because whenever its windy and
watching a weaker station as if it excessively pixellates/looses the
signal for more than a bit the Backend can lock up. The good news
is it doesn't have the lock up issue when recording -- I'll get some
psychedelic video at times, which truncates the recording time to
sometimes almost nil. <br>
As I mentioned in my first reply to Mike, I did replace two short
coax runs from the 4x splitter to the three tuner inputs. Hopefully
that was the issue.<br>