@MichaelJLucasWV , Try home>settings>system>advanced>factory-reset. But, during the initial setup, tell it you'll connect to internet later. This seems to use an older version of the software. (Antenna-tv has favorites again. Continuous channel changing works again.).
You could try scanning for channels from this lighterweight and seemingly different version of the software. Then go to home>settings>network to create your network connection.
I did this with both of my regrettable Roku tvs, but didn't connect to the network. I like the antenna tv interface better this way (but, there's no guide. I never used Roku's guide. I always used zap2it or titantv, et. al. So, I didn't even notice the absense of a guide. No problem for me.). The real benefit of network-less factory reset for me was protecting my tvs from Roku's untested software updates. They're breaking tvs without regard for the customer. There's other threads about it. Roku kept pushing a buggy update out even though breakages were being reported.
Like having the more usable antenna tv interface this way. (I stream through an inexpensive Firestick Lite. I use a Sofabaton F2 remote to control it & tv. The buttons are very limited. Just enough to do it. I posted my key mapping here.). But, honestly, the more I see if how Roku disregards its customers, I think disconnecting from the network is the smart thing to do if you wouldn't be happy with a broken tv due to a software update.
But, you could try the network-less reset, see if you can scan for channels. Then enable the network. You don't have to "cut the cord" with Roku. Just something to think about.
"People are often amazed at how much we’ve done with the number of engineers we’ve got." (Roku CEO Anthony Wood, Austin Statesman, Oct 4, 2019). "Amazed" is one way of putting it.