A PV number is an algebraic integer α of degree d ≥ 2 all of whose Galois conjugates other than itself have modulus less than 1. Erdös  proved that the Fourier transform (formula presented), of a nonzero compactly supported scalar-valued function satisfying the refinement equation (formula presented) with PV dilation α, does not vanish at infinity so by the Riemann–Lebesgue lemma ϕ is not integrable. Dai, Feng, and Wang  extended his result to scalar-valued solutions of (formula presented)s where τ(k) are integers and a has finite support and sums to |α|. In (, Conjecture 4.2), we conjectured that their result holds under the weaker assumption that τ has values in the ring of polynomials in α with integer coefficients. This paper formulates a stronger conjecture and provides support for it based on a solenoidal representation of (formula presented), and deep results of Erdös and Mahler ; Odoni  that gives lower bounds for the asymptotic density of integers represented by integral binary forms of degree > 2; degree = 2, respectively. We also construct an integrable vector-valued refinable function with PV dilation.