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Interference is any unwanted radio frequency signal that prevents you from watching television, listening to your radio or stereo, or talking on your cordless telephone. Interference may prevent reception altogether, may cause only a temporary loss of a signal, or may affect the quality of the sound or picture produced by your equipment.

For more information about interference, common causes of interference or to file a complaint about interference, see our consumer guide.

Reviewed: September 25, 2014

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