Thou shalt have no other gods before the ANSI C standard 1498
Within a few minutes and not on weekends...so far.
Thou shalt have no other gods before the ANSI C standard 1499
In my case, the **** (pronounced the same as the stuff that was clogging your commode in an earlier...
I haven't checked. One of the facts of my life is that I'm doomed to always live in a radio reception sink hole. About the only AM station I can get clearly is WBZ-1030. I haven't become annoyed enough to check the whole AM band.
It's AC and the noise started a few weeks ago. I'm now trying to notice if it matches somebody coming home, or the fire station occupation of human beings and utility trucks in the area. I've almost ruled out utility trucks because their union seems to make them stop working at 15:00 which is about 35 minutes before the **** begins. About 16:10, the noise is so bad I can't hear any words and then it slowly abates.
I have a few things to test first. One is to turn on the radio I have in the living room to see if it is global and not simply the reception of the one radio. The other is turning off the emergency switch to the furance...although this is just for a complete test elimination and not necessary.
But if I get "no signal" should it be so loud? Other channels are fuzz but they don't break my eardrums.
Thou shalt have no other gods before the ANSI C standard 1500
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I've had Dutch upbringing. Everything is as turned off as possible.
One of these days, I intend to learn enough about emissions to figure out why the law of my life is to always live in a dead zone. Another law of my life is the car always heats better where I'm not sitting.
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