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    Default Re: Invisible Pet Fences

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Blunderbuss View Post
    Having used an RD433 with a pet fence in the area, I would usually go to 33mhz and was able to separate the phone out, surprisingly. I loved 33mhz!
    I agree with Mr Blunderbuss. I use my RD400 also in f33 (high frequency at very low gain) for invisible fence encounters. Works great for me.

    For desperate measures, I have seen side cutters (dykes) used to cut the electric meter lock at the house meter. The lid was opened and the meter bulb was tilted forward just enough to dislodge the top two contacts. It killed the dog fence interference immediately.

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    is that legal to do b.c it sounds like a good trick.....wing ...i have to say nothing gets past you>>>>>>>>>

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    Quote Originally Posted by yahoo View Post
    is that legal to do b.c it sounds like a good trick.....wing ...i have to say nothing gets past you>>>>>>>>>
    Legal......... Schmegal........ Nothing runs right. No one's home. You ain't got time to come back a second time. Ya gotta do what ya gotta do! It's better than stopping the interference by using a shovel to cut the dog wire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UULC View Post
    I have used an RD400 and a RD4000 and never had a problem. I have also used a Metro Teck 9860 with no problem.
    I use the 4000 and those invisible fences make my receiver go nuts.

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    Default Re: Invisible Pet Fences

    Pet Fences Suck!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    just think what those yards look like after you've figured out that you have been painting one of those things ...........pretty is the word i was thinking of....hahahhaha
    wise men talk because they have something to say and fools because they have to say something....plato

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    Default Re: Invisible Pet Fences

    I've been asked to find the pet containment wires, and even been asked to find the breaks. Never really had a problem with one creating enough interference to keep me from getting finished. If I get a call in Wing's area, I'll look for tell-tale shovel marks.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by ifinditunderground View Post
    If I get a call in Wing's area, I'll look for tell-tale shovel marks.....
    That's funny!

    Invisible pet fences usually are attached to a radio transmitter inside the garage. Somewhere at or very close to the garage will be a 90 degree PVC pipe w/inspection plate. The bottom of the elbow will have a round conduit making contact below landscape grade.

    Behind the inspection plate is an electrical 2 prong block. Using a standard telephone ped wrench, disconnect one of the 2 wires. This breaks the redundant circuit (radio signal) of the invisible fence. You can now complete the locate w/o interference. Reattach the loosened electric fence wire and close the inspection plate when done with the locate.

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    thanks for the info again wing now i'll know exactly what to look for......
    wise men talk because they have something to say and fools because they have to say something....plato

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    Default Re: Invisible Pet Fences

    rd4000 and low and 8 go nutz arround those things////

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