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Discussion in 'iPhone 7' started by ultra1984, Oct 15, 2017.

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    933 Well-Known Member

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    You don’t wrap the house in cables. You wrap the snap on ferrite choke onto your existing cables and wiring of the affected appliance. I will stop posting on this as I don’t want to get into a word contest with anyone. Just trying to help others best I can with what I do know about radio base stations. 17yrs of being a cell site technician and building many cell sites has to count for something LOL!! Have a good one to all. To the poster, I truly hope you get your issues resolved. Again, good day.
     
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    Yes just read it thank you.
     
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    It sounds a great solution to me, even though I am not the one with the problem. The ferrite chokes are very cheap. I found the information very interesting and not that complicated.
     
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    As l said the first words, don’t misunderstand me yes.
    I know we’re all trying to help, it’s intriguing me for sure.
    Could it be the iPhones she buys, but then that does make any sense either.
    Well Caroline M do you think that the ferrite chokes will solve the problem?
    Given the last 48 posts in this thread?
     
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    If her carrier has Wi-Fi calling she can put the phone into airplane mode anytime she’s at your house and will still be able to receive phone calls via Wi-Fi. The trick will be to make sure Wi-Fi stays on when switching to airplane mode and remembering to turn airplane mode off when leaving the house. ATT has Wi-Fi calling but I don’t know about other carriers.
     
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    I definitely think it is worth trying the ferrite chokes.
     
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    And now you are quoting me twice that’s unfair
     
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    That’s better Frau M
     
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    :)
     

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