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I have a Simrad CP32 mk2 chartplotter ,when VHF radio is switched to channel 10 no communication is possible due to heavy interference. Even a hand held radio independent of all electrical connections has the same problem within 5 meters of the boat. Any suggestions.

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I have a Garmin 182C and I get interfernce on VHF channels 21,22 and 83 the moment I turn on the Garmin. I have tried changing radios, antennas, placed separate poer and aground lines and nothing helps. Garmin gives me the run around.

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