The down stream is odd in showing that you have 95 post RS errors on channel 24. There are usually more pre RS errors than post RS errors.
You seem to have a lot of T3 errors. They mean the hub has not had a response from the CMTS to its upstream ranging requests that keep everything working at the right frequency and power, often due to upstream RF noise
I suggest that you check all your cabling, especially the white coaxial cable. Ensure it is snug and tight with no kinks, it can often work loose, especially if the other half is hoovering and moves the wires 😉
Loose wiring may also explain why the upstream modulation isn't right. They should all be 64 qam. Upstream bonded channels. Check and tighten the cables and then post your stats again, for one of the morelknowlegable members to check what the problem is and offer assistance. We have some pretty good online guru's on the forum.
Channel Frequency (Hz) Power (dBmV) Symbol Rate (ksps) Modulation Channel ID
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