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Old 1st December 2010, 02:18 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by MurphyUHF10 View Post
Hmmm, definately a spanner in the works.. i did not think of that.. But, the chasis is earthed via the earth wire anyway.. so if you run a shield, aren't you having "multpile connection to earth" which is a recipe for ground loops??

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god I hope not, if you have such a difference in ground currents between one chassis and another, with one powering the other, then you got some serious issues as they should be directly linked
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