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Old June 30, 2009, 08:52 AM
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Originally Posted by Arinoth View Post
Well i was laughing the moment I started to read your response Chilly.

But on a serious note, didn't the op say he had problems in the past when it was poor weather outside (raining/thunder storms) and the culprit was high humidity within the house (and a sensitive rig). It could be this occurring again if it only happens when there is high humidity (again i recommend getting a dehumidifier for the house).

If its not, then well, uh... red light district?
For starters I think the problem is static because in the winter and summer the furnace and AC has a dehumidifier and this problem has been happening on every kind of day for the past week so I think it is static from the air being too dry.

and what do you mean by red light district? (sorry for being a noob)
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