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 EF field constantly in alarm

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rv7pilot Posted - 10/05/2020 : 15:09:11
Hi all, My new EMF-390 seems to be faulty. The EF field is reading 1034 v/m and in alarm. Nothing I do reduces this, take it outside and its the same. Only turned it on once before. Battery is fully charged. See following screenshot:

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EmfDev Posted - 10/06/2020 : 09:09:05
Hi rv7pilot it can be because it is connected to your computer and your computer has a very high static EF.
rv7pilot Posted - 10/05/2020 : 16:57:19
ok I did a factory reset and it seems to be normal again. Not sure why it started with the high level readings?

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