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Yesterday tinted a 2010 Kia Optima and used a DYED film - Specifically QDP.

Customer called dealership today claiming that when she turns on her defrost wires she loses radio reception.

Since I have NEVER had that problem before, have any of you?

My guess is the film is not yet dry and the small amount of solution left in the film is somehow shorting out the radio antenna?? :rollin Would be a first though.

What do you guys think??

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I was thinking the same thing you were thinking. Not to mention if it's cold enough to warrant a defroster there, it probably needs some drying time.

Yep

Yup, let it dry :beer

Again... Yep

I would tell them to give it a week and see what happens.

Ditto. I did.

So, no one has seen or heard of this?? :dunno

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I was thinking the same thing you were thinking. Not to mention if it's cold enough to warrant a defroster there, it probably needs some drying time.

Yep

Yup, let it dry :twocents

Again... Yep

I would tell them to give it a week and see what happens.

Ditto. I did.

So, no one has seen or heard of this?? :thumb

Maybe there was a problem before you did the work.Seen it happen on a Chrysler 300.The antenna plug behind the C-pillar on the passenger side was not plug in all the way causing both AM/FM signal issues.

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