Whatever was in the radio airwaves around Mollymook's Beachhouse Motel has "miraculously" been fixed.
Last week the Milton Ulladulla Times reported that something strange was in the airwaves and nobody knew why.
Remote controlled fans had suddenly stopped working and people are having issues locking their cars.
Motel manager Kimberley Peat on Thursday was trying to work out going on.
"So I have got my trusty little AM radio out trying to work out where the interference is coming from and there is just nothing," she said.
"It's some sort of radio frequency interference that is coming from somewhere but it could be anywhere."
The issue, on Monday, was suddenly resolved.
How it was fixed, who resolved it and why it was sorted out remains unanswered.
Staff at the motel don't care how it was resolved - they are happy it was sorted.
The team from the Beachhouse Motel can now focus all their energies on preparing for the busy Easter and school holiday period.
Staff suspect it was not a malicious act but someone might have turned on a device that was creating the interference and as soon as they worked out what was going on they resolved the issue.
Read more:How we reported the issue