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Neighbours tv interference

Hi, just has a heatpump fitted 7 kw one. but it is causing interference on my neighbours tv. i know this can happen in a low tv signal area and ours is. i asked the company who fitted it and they said that it was not the pump. the arial of my neighbour is about 12 meters away from the pump. is there any thing i can do or will she need to move her arial. also if it gats nasty where do we stand in the law. cheers Paul.

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The evaporator unit has a remote board in it that communicates to the remote every second. The interference your neighbor is coming from that and probably not the pump. A new remote board may just cause the same interference so I doubt the dealer will replace it. You can always ask. Try contacting Mitsubishi at they have a contact page on their website that is very handy. They also have a technical manual under Library for your unit. Good Luck.

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