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V396 high em waves

We have a v396 until 1 put a wireless router on to run a second laptop i did not realise that the em waves were so bad. it interferes with the router and uhr hand held radios. can any one shed some light?

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  • grubby1 Sep 03, 2008

    v396 is the model of the polyview monitor.

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Your v396 is suppose to meet federal emission standards. The interference I believe is coming from the back-lighting circuity - it uses high voltage to operate the CCFL's. You can try moving the Wireless router further away from the Polyview V396 to reduce the effects of the V396. You can totally encase the V396 in a metal box to reduce it's emissions but that doesn't really help your situation. You might try contacting the Manufacturer and reporting the problem. They may have a alternate solution.

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Does it go black if you you use it as just one single monitor? If it does, you will need to open up to inspect the power supply first.
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