Your error levels are too high, and the balance of pre-RS (corrected) errors and post-RS (uncorrected errors) indicates some serious noise problem, despite power levels and measured SNR that are OK.
Nothing you can do other than check that the coax connections to the hub are all finger tight, so do that, chances are that won't make a blind bit of difference, and wait for the forum staff to advise - can be quick, can take a day or two. If it is a known area problem there will be a fault reference and a fix date, if there's no area fault they'll need to get a technician out to have a look.
The Hub 3 clears its error counters when turned off and on again, so you could do that to see how quickly the error count is rising, but on what you've posted your connection is faulty and needs a field technician to diagnose, find and fix the cause of the fault, which could be as simple as a faulty cable connection, or could be something much more involved like a damaged underground cable.
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