I've just bought a DMR-EH60D to replace a Pioneer DVR-220S and external Panasonic Freeview decoder. This problem occurs on both recorders and I wondered if there was an easy fix and if someone can tell me why the problem is occuring. When recording or viewing a programme from Freeview and a table lamp is switched on the Freeview recordings/viewings pause or pixelate for a second and the sounds clicks. These are also recorded to DVD and HDD and are annoying when archiving material. In the worst case scenario the sounds then becomes out of synch and can only be corrected by changing channels and going back to the original channel. The table lamp is plugged into the right hand side of a double wall socket, with the DVD recorder and TV connected to a four way block which is plugged into the left hand side double socket. The four way block has surge protection and cost around £40.00. The same problem occurs on both the Pioneer and Panasonic DVD recorders and only affects Freeview recording. Analogue recordings are not affected in any way. I've tried relocating the lamp to other sockets in the room and the same problem occurs. Other table lamps also cause the same problem and all lamps have switches which require some force to switch on and off. The problem only occurs with table lights plugged into the wall sockets not the lights in the ceiling. I presumed our wiring was iffy as the house is 30 years old but have passed on the Pioneer recorder and Panasonic Freeview decoder to a relative who lives in a newly built house, the same problem occurs when a closely located lamp is switched on. Any ideas to resolve this and what is causing the problem?