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I am attempting to add the CBS channels to my box and everything looks fine in MAZ but when I upload the channel list the receiver says "Can't Find Channel List" and when I download the all channel dat file from DISK2 and try to open it in MAZ it gives a "Range Check Error"
I have never had this problem uploading and downloading with ACC and editing with MAZ

Any ideas as to what may be happening?

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