On Mon, 12 May 2008 16:24:38 -0500, dgsvetan wrote
> Thanks for the sound file. The interference definitely has a 60 Hz
> component to it. (That's the raspy buzz from when the oven is on.
> I agree that you do have a lot of other noise as well.)
"Nobody knows the troubles I've seen..."
> In any event, since the unit is many moons old, I'd open it up and
> take a look (with AC power cord disconnected, of course). Look for
> any signs of something burnt or charred.
I sat down to do exactly that. And ran into a couple fasteners that I didn't
have drivers for. Seems the manufacture didn't want consumers getting into
their box due to the high voltages contained therein. Go figure ;-)
Working on getting those drivers now. If I can't find them in a couple of
days, out comes Mr. Dremel and that fastener becomes a normal panhead screw...
73 de Donald
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