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Old Sep 03, 2012, 10:22 AM
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I think I'm inverted. Maybe.
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Originally Posted by carlsoti View Post
The rf band it operates in is nowhere near 2.4g or 72mhz. It's possible a harmonic could intersect the fequency, but at such a low power, it's not likely. It could be a bearing going bad. That could cause all the issues seen. Bad bearings can be grindy. A grindy bad bearing could also spike the amp draw, knocking down the voltage of the battery, and trip the LVC. The grinding metal against metal can also produce rf that can interfere with a wide swath of the rf spectrum.
Heh... I was joking about the iPhone thing... I'm pretty sure it was a coincidence. I'll check the collet.
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