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I have had cb radios for 8 yrs. 3 months ago, like a switch, a loud screeching and arking started almost steady, non stop, full bars on my radios. Had power co. they hear a noise (RF) with theire antanna, it did it once, so as he lives 2 hrs. away, I bought a noise finder, the arking was from my pole in front of house, they finally replaced it, insulators, transformer, and steady noise still there, can't get noise person back yet, of course this isn't important to them. I have talked 1 time in 3 months, have $3,000. in my stuff. Wwhere do I go from here? I can hear it in my Pick up too, its not just in house, neighbor 2 driveways down hears in his. Weather doesn't make difference, goes all nite, if it quits, may be 10 min. or few seconds. I like my radios. thanks, Linda

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Did you ask the Power Co. if they Boosted Power through these lines Recently? Is there a new Housing Addition anywhere close that would warrant a Boost in Power? This would be the Problem I think.

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