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static on entire loop for analog sets

static on entire loop for analog sets

static on entire loop for analog sets

(OP)
We have a meridian XT. This morning we found many station sets with lots of Static. Only one loop is affected. Don't know what may be causing this. Cam anyone help us trouble-shoot this problem? Thanks in advance. Detail Info is appreciated, as I'm not to farmiliar with other than basics.

RE: static on entire loop for analog sets

First thing to try is swap out the station card ld 20 disc xxxx if you still have static disable the loop card and swap that out this will take down your intire shelf so beware that is in ld 30 The problem is probly in one of those two cards. if not let me know and we will go to the next thing.

RE: static on entire loop for analog sets

First thing to try is swap out the station card ld 20 disc xxxx if you still have static disable the loop card and swap that out this will take down your intire shelf so beware that is in ld 30 The problem is probly in one of those two cards. if not let me know and we will go to the next thing.

RE: static on entire loop for analog sets

(OP)
Thanks for the quick response. Problem solved. bad station card.

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