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Since it's not a TWC modem but COAM, they'll blame it on the modem.
It may be provisioned with the wrong billing code.
Levels look ok but it looks like you posted them right after a reset. See if you can get a snapshot after it's been up for an hour or two.
All those channels are 4G LTE and lmr channels and there might be ingress on some of them
Especially if hop 2 is timing out which is the coaxial connection between the modem and the cable head end you're on.
Make sure there's no extra splitters and all connections are a tad more than finger tight, Turn off your cell phones to see if the problem goes away.
Repost the signal page again, let's see if something has changed.
Hop 2 indicates a local problem
That may be normal... or it could be the wrong billing code for the COAM modem
Or it could be an improperly programmed CMTS for the node you're on.
Those might be cable box only data channels .
Compare notes with neighbors.
Get TWC out, there's a major signal level issue, probably a corroded cable or noisy amplifier out on the street. It as well as the modems billing codes needs to be verified, this could also be the wrong type of modem in the system.