On September 22, 2006 at 03:46, GregoriusM said...
The MRF-300 should work at least as reliably as your MRF-200.
I suggest that you have a defective unit.
And it should work BETTER when not set to address 0, as
has been mentioned in a few other threads.
Yes, the MRF-300 should provide you with more reliable performance than the 200. I haven't had any problems with it and a HR10-250 (even worse than the 20-700) and also an HR20-700, both with the output level for those emitters turned all the way down.