Is just that station or all HD stations? I have heard that Showtime and the premium channels had this problem for a week or so after the HD alignment...maybe your experiencing the same thing. Try a hard reset. If that does not work reset the box from your Verizon site. If that does not work check over at http://www.dslreports.com/forum/vzfiostv
Post or check there.....
Must be your area....I have heard and read of a few complaints from State College. However, in our area and many others, Verizon has had little to no issues.
Actually, a while back, come to think of it, some SE PA customers were complaining of tiling issues on SD channels like TBS, Spike and some others. That problem was worked out.
I rarely watch SD channels....If it ain't in HD I ain't watching it unless it's Nick or Fox news channel.
I pulled this off another site from someone that has a similar problem...
"Sorry... there is no verizon tech that put a Motoroal signal booster on your line.
Fess up... you put it on (your neighbor/friend whoever).
The motorola booster will cut HD frequencies... there is no FIOS tech that would even have one of those to put on your line."
The problem with Fios is the signal tends to be too hot, unless the cable in your house is very low grade, bad or split many times.
Your problem may require an attenuator.There is a way to tell if your signal is too hot....search the net, I'm pretty sure it's in the "hidden menu" in your Moto box!
Tune into the channel and hit "power,select,select" then check in "Bin status" and look for "s over n" that value should be over 30. If not there could be issues from a bad ONT (happened to me but only affected the phone), bad splitter or cable.
Reset the router (hard reset small red button) and reset your boxes (online). Other than that it could be a Verizon VHO problem. Are neighbors in your area experiencing this?
I am not a tech, but if the tech said it's too hot then came back and said it was not....either the tech has no clue or there are fluctuations caused by the VHO or ONT....that would be my final answer.
Do you have any splitters in the line, if so, go to Lowes or Walmart and get a -3Db splitter and try that....it will cost you about $7. if it does not work you can bring it back.
Found this as well....sorry, last post and just trying to help:
"A happy ending. Two techs assessed that: