On Tue, 04 Nov 2003 21:24:09 -0800 (PST) "N6KJ" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> One of the things people are always told in regards to RFI/TVI is
> "keep your own home clean".
In my view, that's 100% correct.
> To make matters worse,
> if I wanted to replace the tv I wouldn't know what TV to buy since
> all tv's are "legal" although some are less susceptible to TVI than
> How do you know in advance?
One could openly carry a small portable radio into a store to check
before buying a product, but most stores offer a money back
guarantee/no hassle refund....just save all the packing material, etc.
At least then, the TV could be checked out at your location to see
if it operates they way *you* think it should. If it doesn't, take
it back to the store!!! Make sure the return ticket they store clerk
writes states the real reason for return and *not* something like
"Customer doesn't want"!! Something like "Causes (or is
Susceptible to) Radio Frequency Interference" would be more
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