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is my downstream power to high

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is my downstream power to high out of no where it has just got high is there anyway to fix it .

Channel Frequency (Hz) Power (dBmV) SNR (dB) Modulation Channel ID

12030000006.940256 qam9
21390000006.840256 qam1
31470000006.840256 qam2
41550000006.940256 qam3
51630000006.640256 qam4
61710000006.840256 qam5
7179000000740256 qam6
8187000000740256 qam7
91950000007.140256 qam8
10211000000740256 qam10
11219000000740256 qam11
12227000000740256 qam12
13235000000740256 qam13
142430000006.940256 qam14
152510000006.840256 qam15
162590000007.140256 qam16
172670000006.940256 qam17
182750000006.940256 qam18
192830000006.840256 qam19
20291000000740256 qam20
212990000007.140256 qam21
22307000000740256 qam22
233150000007.840256 qam23
243230000007.940256 qam24

Alessandro Volta
Looks fine

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Very Insightful Person

DS power range is -6 to +10, so you are okay.  The jump could have been a VM technician moving cables to different taps in the street cabinet.

US power range is roughly 34 to 51 and should be at 64 QAM.

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Forum Team
Forum Team

Hi joeb0506, thanks for posting and welcome back to our community.

As your fellow community members have already advised, your downstream power levels are normal.  Does the fact that you've raised this as a concern, mean that you've noticed a decline in your service?  If so, have you checked for any issues in your area, here? It will also enable you to login to your account and book an engineer if required.  You can also find some handy tips here.