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Old 05-04-2013, 11:03 AM   #1
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I noticed today that when I flipped the switch for the inverter that that my favorite radio station came in perfect. When I turned it back on it was staticy. The station is marginal for us, but there is some definite interference between the two. Has anyone else experienced that and what, if any, measures did you take to fix it?
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If you aren't using a pure sine wave inverter, I could see where it might act that way.

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Let me correct my wording. The decreased radio reception occurs when I turn on the charger in the power supply. The radio is much better when the charger is "off".
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