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It as a noisey hum and we can't figure out how to take it apart. Picture is fine. Thanks for any ideas. Tom

Have you got this plugged into a surge protector? Try plugging it into a socket without the the surger protector, see if that cures it. Check also that you do not have too many devices plugged into the protector.
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