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XM Radio Cutting In and Out

I have the Delphi XMCK-5KC XM radio. When I use it at work, the signal will cut in and out about every 2-3 seconds. This problem seems to happen when the output audio level is set high. The unit shows 2 bars for satellite signal and 3 bars terrestrial signal.

Does anyone have any suggestions to solve this problem or what is causing it.

Thanks in advance.

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