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Old 10-19-2003, 12:04 PM   #1
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Default Cold weather glitching?

Usually I have no problems with glitching, however at the track yesterday I did. When the track was cold and there is no sun shinning directly on the track, almost everyone had glitching problems(air temp about 60 deg f.) and yet when the track warmed up a bit and the sun hit the track the glitching all but stopped? I'm completely stumped, got any ideas?
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Old 10-19-2003, 12:15 PM   #2
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Never heard about it before, but since all had the problem.... Strange.
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You got frost in your receiver fatdoggy...lol jk fatdoggy.
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Pah 60F is not that cold for us in Britain, most of the time its less than that and raining. No idea about why you had glitching though, funny problem,
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You got frost in your receiver fatdoggy...lol jk fatdoggy.
I need to make a little reciever warmer.

berger - I'm from Australia, anything below 70F is cold.
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