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    Interferance through Heated Rear Screen Switch?!?!

    Does anybody get any interferance with their radio when they turn on their heated rear screen?

    Its a 1999 Astra Mk4.

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    If my radio is not locked onto a great signal (ie Radio 1 on anything other than 98.1) then it plays static through my speakers until I turn it off.

    Never really bothered looking into it, just told my radio to search for the radio station until it gets a good signal.

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    Probably a earthing problem or worse case a faulty screen from what i've been told
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    from where I bought my car from it wouldn't supprise me at all (Yes Car Credit).

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