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Continuous chirping I have the above installed in my 2001 BMW. It has worked very well until now. It is chirping every 10 seconds, whether in city or highway mode. What do you think?

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    K40 Defuser Plus 3000/SW/SWl

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    I think I accepted by mistake, haven't received a reply. The model that I have is a K40 Un3000/SW/SWL

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Hi,

Which radar detector do you have?

Posted on Dec 30, 2007

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    Damen Wong Dec 31, 2007

    Please check that everything is installed and in place as it should be (exactly like in the same state as when you installed it).

  • Damen Wong
    Damen Wong Dec 31, 2007

    Check all the components to see if they have been moved or damaged.

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