Question about Casio Music
Just received a Casiotone MT-46 from a friend who warned me it might not even turn on, but I'm determined to fix it! It turns on and when plugged into my speaker system, makes a low humming noise on certain settings. Humming changes pitch and volume slightly when any keys between C and F are pressed (C, C#, D, D#, E, F, all octaves). The built in speaker makes no noise whatsoever. Any way to fix it, or is this thing a goner?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: humming sound from new TV
Thank you for the info. I would suggest to take it back from where you bought it from if the store will allow a 90 days return and replace it for a new one, or you can contact Toshiba to get it fixed under warranty. There should not be any humming noise on the speakers.
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
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