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My wife is sensitive to radiation, and would like to turn off the bluetooth in our 2014 Outback. We couldn't find a switch for this. Is there some other way? Disconnecting the whole radio? Or would that create her problems?
 

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Hi Kjell, and welcome to the forums.

The amount of radiation emanating from Bluetooth devices is practically null.

There is more radiation coming through the windows in the form of UV rays/etc...

I would recommend getting window film to block those rays.

C.

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Thanks, try telling that to my wife (about the radiation being so low). Good suggestion about window films, though.
So you don't know how to turn off the bluetooth, then? Or whether it would work to pull out the entire radio?
Thanks,
K
 

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use a vacuum? radiation is emitted
dry your hair, radiation is emitted
drive a car, radiation is emitted
microwave? radiation is emitted
wireless radiation is emitted
cell phone radiation is emitted
standing outside you are getting radiation
power lines radiation is emitted both in your house and outside
use a computer? radiation is emitted
watch a TV, box, etc, radiation is emitted
use a florescent bulb anywhere radiation is emitted
been in a thunderstorm? radiation emitted
 
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