I would follow Neil's suggestion and if possible temporarily remove
everything else from that circuit and see if it works with just the two
Items and nothing else - then add things back one at a time and see what =
stealing the signal. I find X10 a bit marginal but once you get =
work it is reliable enough. In N.A. the next closest priced items are =
10 times more expensive.
[mailto:misterhouse-users-admin@...] On Behalf Of Jim
Sent: July 18, 2005 2:02 PM
Subject: RE: [mh] Hard-of-hearing CM11 or TM13 hasn't a loud voice?
Do you have any other device that can send from the same wall socket - =
if it is a signal attenuation issue. Something simple.
I thought I had trouble with a RF receiver once only to find out the RF
sending module had a poor battery ....(but you would think that if it =
in the power strip this would be any different).(The RF receivers I have
only pass on a signal (on the right AC phase point) that the RF =
Also I assume that the second socket is on the same AC distribution =
e.g. same transformer (outside the house) feeds both.
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