The problem probably does lie within the electric circuit you are connecting through.
This can be a really tough item to track down.
Any major appliance cycling, especial like motors in a refrigerator, freezer, washing machine, well pump, etc, can place a high amperage draw on your electrical system that may disrupt the signal.
Some brush type electric motors may also introduce radio frequency interference into circuits too. One might need to find and use an RFI choke or filter if that is the problem. This type of work is of course best left to a knowledgeable electrician.
Also ensure that the wire connections inside the electrical boxes of the circuit you are using are all tight.
Remember to turn of the system circuit breaker
before you open any circuit boxes.
Edited by KoanYorel, 22 August 2006 - 10:59 PM.
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