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Old 03-14-2019, 05:19 PM
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Something's Fishy ...
 
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I could make a vehicle comment.
I would look at a grounding or shielding issue in one of the bays.
The fastest way to identify that bay is to remove power from all bays and test the trucks If it operates normaly then turn on the power to each bay until the problem happens. Now you know where the problem is located.
OTOH if the trucks still have problems the source is not line powered or is not located in your complex. By not line powered I mean that it operates on batteries that may be line charged but for some reason need to have power in the event of a power outage for some reason like wireless security cameras or fire protection systems
Depending on the attitude of the people involved this will either get resolved by a co operative attitude or it will become a popcorn event .
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Old 03-20-2019, 11:25 PM
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Hey...wait...is there a prize?
 
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Well, I was talking to the pickup owner yesterday and he told me that the interference has completely disappeared. Apparently when it first happened one of the guys from the business next to us did a sweep of the complex (they install cell phone antennas)with a signal detector. At that time they were picking up very strong signals on the offending frequency.......yesterday; absolutely nothing. Problem solved but the mystery remains...
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