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Hardware Thread, Whiteboard interference HELP!!! in Technical; Originally Posted by dhicks Ah, I see. Hmm, could be a strong magnetic field of some kind, then? Big CRT ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by dhicks View Post
    Ah, I see. Hmm, could be a strong magnetic field of some kind, then? Big CRT monitor or TV screen nearby (or on the other side of the wall)? Could be (high voltage?) power cables going through the wall behind the IWB.
    Yes, that sort of thing. I don't think a big CRT would kick out enough interference (not had issues here with 17" CRTs near boards) but the power cables could definitely play havoc with them. Those little desktop fans might do it, too. Of course, it might not be the board itself - power cables running too close to the other cables could possibly make it go hinky too.

    @Linda - How can you take it off the wall? I thought you said this was a mobile board...

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    Sorry to mislead - it is a RM Classboard!!
    Well, glad to report that I've fixed it. I turned off the wireless link & it solved the problem. Then crossed everything and turned it back on and luckily it is all still working.
    Something was interferring and by powering down & up again it has cleared the issue!!!
    I'll know what to do next time!

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