Perhaps the live and neutral wires have got reversed in your house wiring ?
Just a guess.
----- Original Message -----
From: "jerryc" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: 21 July 2001 22:33
Subject: [TowerTalk] Hum and buzz noise
> I realize this is an issue unrelated to towers and antenna construction
> would greatly appreciate
> someone pointing me in the direction of info. about powerline or other
> electrical interference.
> I am getting video noise in my tv sets (all three), receiver noise
> (sporadic welding like sounds) and
> in intermittent (volume goes up and down but never stops) power supply hum
> on one transceiver.
> Have taken the transceiver to two other friends houses and one repair shop
> and the hum is gone but
> always returns when I get back home. I have checked wiring and installed
> new grounds. Turned off all power in the house except on the one circuit
> the transceiver is on (its 120vac). Tried the same with it on a different
> circuit. Still the hum is there. Have unhooked the doorbell, motion
> porch light, and anything else I could think of. Haven't called the power
> co. yet. Want to do some
> research first. They respond slow if at all to radio interference
> Thanks for any guidance.
> no call yet (still working on the code)
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