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    Default Strange DAB behaviour?

    Hi all,

    I finally sold my Astra vxr after 6 years as I needed a family car so I bought a 60 plate 36k Insignia VXR which I love, but I have noticed that my dab radio acts strangely, with the DAB on and music playing when I switch on my interior light the DAB loses signal and says ‘searching’ on the screen, once I turn the light off after a couple seconds the signal returns. Any ideas?

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    Anyone?


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    It’s ******
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    Quote Originally Posted by vxrpaul83 View Post
    Hi all,

    I finally sold my Astra vxr after 6 years as I needed a family car so I bought a 60 plate 36k Insignia VXR which I love, but I have noticed that my dab radio acts strangely, with the DAB on and music playing when I switch on my interior light the DAB loses signal and says ‘searching’ on the screen, once I turn the light off after a couple seconds the signal returns. Any ideas?
    Are the interior lights standard? Only thing I can think to check. Some after market LEDs may have some sort of ballast that could block signal reception.

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    could be a power loss to the dab aeriel... lower the overhead console and check for loose connections

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    Sorted, turned out it was my LED door projectors.


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