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I saw that you had alot of posts about this radio so i figure you would know a bit about it. But then agian it maybe just a general question.
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Not uncommon, Sun spots, all the electronic trash in the air from tvs wifi etc. also make sure you tuning is as tight as possible so you will be sending out and receiving the cleanest signal possible

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