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Data East speaker noise - ideas for a cure


By roc-noc

7 years ago



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#4 7 years ago

Check your boards have all the screws and they are tight. Loose/missing screws will cause this hum. I fixed my hum issue by putting in screws that were infact missing. Like you said it didn't do this hum until you got home with it, so maybe screw got loose or fell out. Always look for the obvious and easy stuff rule them out first!

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