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Power Supply Woes Solved!

Thanks to everyone that answered my plea for help with my power supply.
Almsot everybody seemed to think that there was some type of RF getting in
the power supply and causing the problem (provided the power supply was
proven to be able to run another appliance). Today I proved this theory, by
relocating the transceiver further away from the power supply and the radio
and powe supply now work together in harmony! Many people suggested putting
a capacitor between the + and - outputs on the power supply. Since I have
determined that it's an RF problem, would the addition of capacitors really
solve anything? I _really_ do appreciate everyones input, I bet I got almost
75 answers from people trying to lend a hand. Instead of trying to thank
each individual, I hope you will accept my thanks in this form!

73 Jeff W4JEF

    *=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= Jeff Johns W4JEF - AMSAT# 32615 -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=*
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