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Hum was from damaged BrickWall filters.
They measured an output of 110, so we thought they had survived being in water. Sheesh! An electronic device being in water?
The Power filter I'm using today is proving the BrickWall filters were, in fact, damaged.
Hope will not protect you from Mother Nature..She rules all! Now..fr a major money outley!
Two would get me by, 3 is what I should have.
I guess for right now, once I've sent the 2 I have in for review back to the manufacturer, decent power strips will have to do.
Those hums will fool you...they're there, then gone, there again, then gone. It was rather low dB sound, but crank 'er up and there it was! Nothing that I've done has made a hum and the set-up is laughable at best!
And Jim...the EEE is not a bad sound at all if you have clean power.
Music. Window or mirror?
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